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April 16, 2014 4:11 PM

Kansas City Southern reports record first-quarter revenue but a smaller profit

Kansas City Southern on Wednesday reported a smaller first-quarter profit but record revenue, thanks to a 4 percent increase in rail car shipments. All six of the railroad company’s commodity hauling groups reported year-over-year revenue gains, led by a 40 percent increase in agriculture and minerals.

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