Hertz Continues Hot Streak In the Second Quarter

After celebrating the company’s year 2000 first quarter gain of 15%, Hertz reports that net income is up 18% for the second quarter to $103.7 million.

Second Quarter Ended June 30 (3 months)

2000/1999 Revenue: $1,289,327/$1,167,389

2000/1999 Net Income: $103,731/$87,903

First and Second Quarter Totals (6 months)

2000/1999 Revenue: $2,424,532/$2,200,344

2000/1999 Net Income: $160,031/$136,664

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