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Campbell Soup
20 июля, 15:57

Campbell Up 3.1% Post Investor Day, 4 Key Plans On Track

Campbell Soup Company (CPB) provided details on its four key strategies at its annual investor day and reiterated fiscal 2017 and long-term targets.

19 июля, 17:46

McCormick (MKC) to Acquire Reckitt's Food Business for $4.2B

McCormick (MKC) plans to acquire the food division of Reckitt Benckiser Group plc for $4.2 billion. The deal is expected to close either in the third or fourth quarter of fiscal 2017.

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19 июля, 14:33

Campbell Soup expects to reach $310 mln in annual cost savings by end of fiscal 2017, which ends July

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19 июля, 14:32

Campbell Soup affirms fiscal 2017 revenue outlook to be -1%-0%

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19 июля, 14:31

Campbell Soup affirms fiscal 2017 adj. EPS outlook $3.04-$3.09

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10 июля, 22:23

Campbell (CPB) Hits 52-week Low: Hope for Revival?

Campbell Soup (CPB) hit a 52-week low of $51.55 on Jul 7, closing at $51.58.

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07 июля, 19:36

Campbell Soup приобретет Pacific Foods за $700 млн

Американский производитель продуктов питания Campbell Soup заключил соглашение о приобретении поставщика органических продуктов Pacific Foods of Oregon за $700 млн с целью расширения бизнеса в данной сфере на фоне увеличения спроса на полезную еду. Так, Campbell Soup сообщила, что сделка будет профинансирована за счет привлечения долга. Стоит отметить, что согласно прогнозам компании, уже третий год подряд будет зафиксировано снижение продаж в связи с ослаблением спроса на полуфабрикаты.

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07 июля, 17:14

Stock Market News for July 07, 2017

Benchmarks finished in the red on Thursday with S&P 500 posting its biggest percentage fall since May 17

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07 июля, 17:08

Campbell Soup приобретет Pacific Foods за $700 млн

Американский производитель продуктов питания Campbell Soup заключил соглашение о приобретении поставщика органических продуктов Pacific Foods of Oregon за $700 млн с целью расширения бизнеса в данной сфере на фоне увеличения спроса на полезную еду. Так, Campbell Soup сообщила, что сделка будет профинансирована за счет привлечения долга. Стоит отметить, что согласно прогнозам компании, уже третий год подряд будет зафиксировано снижение продаж в связи с ослаблением спроса на полуфабрикаты.

07 июля, 16:04

Can Pacific Foods' Takeover Drive Campbell's (CPB) Top Line?

Campbell (CPB) has been undertaking several steps to diversify its portfolio and expand in the fast-growing organic space.

28 июня, 17:16

Campbell Down 10% in a Month: Can it Overcome Industry Woes?

Campbell (CPB) has been losing investors' confidence of late, as the company has been bearing the brunt of a challenging macroeconomic scenario in the food industry.

19 июня, 16:19

Kellogg Company (K) Invests $2 Million in Bright Greens

Kellogg Company's (K) venture-capital fund (eighteen94 capital) invested $2 million in Bright Greens -- a maker of plant-based frozen smoothies.

19 июня, 10:31

Campbell (CPB) Down 3.3% Since Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

Campbell (CPB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

02 июня, 23:32

Can Campbell's (CPB) Growth Efforts Lift Its Performance?

Like other manufacturers and marketers of convenience food products, Campbell Soup Company's (CPB) top-line was dented by the changing preferences of consumers.

01 июня, 23:28

Trump Recklessly Pulls U.S. Out Of The Paris Agreement

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As NRDC’s President Rhea Suh put it: “This is a grave and grievous mistake that hurts our country – starting now. “Trump’s extremism has isolated us from the global coalition we helped to create – with China, Germany, India, Japan and 190 other countries – to fight the central environmental challenge of our time. He’s sidelined American workers in the clean energy boom that’s remaking the global economy. And he’s abandoned our children to climate catastrophe. “It’s on the rest of us now – state and local officials, business leaders, citizens, educators, consumers, activists and congressional members who grasp the stakes for our future - to keep the promise of Paris alive.” President Trump announced that he intends to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement following the procedures outlined in the agreement. As the agreement outlines, the U.S. can formally notify the world that it intends to withdraw from the agreement on Nov. 4, 2019 and that withdrawal doesn’t take effect until one year later. So the U.S. won’t be formally out of the Agreement until November 4, 2020 — after the end of Trump’s first term. The next administration should quickly rejoin the Paris Agreement. Trump is deciding to align against the desires of the American people, American businesses, workers, and the entire world President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement goes against the best interest of America as reflected by the broad swath of the U.S. that has argued for staying in the agreement. The American people overwhelmingly support the Paris Agreement. The vast majority of American — 70 percent — want the U.S. to stay in this agreement (see figure). That includes the majority of Trump voters. American business strongly support the U.S. remaining in the Agreement. Over 1,100 companies with major operations in the U.S. have urged Trump to stay in the Paris Agreement as they have signed on to letters, joined advertisements, and placed phone calls to the White House. These companies account for over $3.6 trillion in annual revenues and include many of America’s most well-known brands. They include more than one-third of the manufacturing council that Trump put together to advise him on manufacturing issues (such as 3M, Campbell, Corning, Dow, and GE), twenty of the largest and most recognizable companies in America (such as Apple, BP, DuPont, General Mills, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Unilever and Walmart), over 1,000 large and small companies with operations throughout the U.S. (such as Levi Strauss & Co, Campbell Soup Company, Kellogg Company, Johnson & Johnson, and Box Latch Products in Wisconsin), and over 360 business leaders from small and mid-sized American companies (such as representatives from Good Meets World based in Missouri and Ideal Energy from Iowa). Global business leaders support the #ParisAgreement bc they know it is good for the planet and economy. pic.twitter.com/vpW69dRJkG— NRDC (@NRDC) June 1, 2017 American workers benefit from a growing global clean energy market. There are over 3 million people working in the clean energy sector right now in America (see figure). And there’s going to be $19 trillion in global clean energy investment over the next 30 years as countries move to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement (see figure). America’s workers want the U.S. to stay in the Paris Agreement as reflected in the statements from major labor organizations opposed to this withdrawal (including from the AFL-CIO, SEIU, and United Steel Workers). Major states and cities want the U.S. to stay-in. Governors and mayors representing major portions of the U.S. population and economic output wants the U.S. to stay in the Paris Agreement. These states taken together would represent the world’s 5th largest economy, 6th largest emitter and 12th most populous country. Their continued commitment can be a major driver in the years to come. The entire world strongly supports the Paris Agreement. All key countries around the world rallied behind the Paris Agreement — which entered into force at a historic pace. Only Nicaragua and Syria have signaled that they have no intent to join the Paris Agreement. And the only major emitting countries that haven’t yet formally joined the agreement are Russia and Turkey. With this decision Trump joins Putin as the only major leaders in the world who aren’t on board with the Paris Agreement to address climate change. Trump has decided to become a global pariah while sinking chances that other countries will work with him on his priorities around security, trade, and other diplomatic issues. Climate action in the U.S. and around the world will continue As Trump tries to withdraw from the Paris Agreement it has become clear that he stands alone in his desire to pull the U.S. out of international efforts to address climate change. Companies, states, cities, and citizens want the U.S. to continue efforts both at home and abroad to address climate change. And that’s why we continue to see climate action across the country. Unfortunately, this move is a complete reversal from America’s role a couple of months ago. The U.S. played a central leadership role in helping to secure the Paris Agreement and now Trump wants to cede that leadership role to other countries. Other countries are stepping up with the leaders from China, India, Europe, Latin America, and many others reinforcing that they will continue to act aggressively at home to address climate change regardless of what Trump does. No country has signaled that they plan to withdraw from the Paris Agreement if Trump pulls the U.S. out. In fact, in recent days key countries have reinforced their commitment to the Paris Agreement. The commitment to climate action is strong around the world, as Trump will find when he meets with other leaders and sees first-hand how they are continuing to invest more in clean energy. The fight will go on It is a sad day in America and around the world. But the fight will go on to ensure that we protect our children and grandchildren from the devastating impacts of climate inaction. Trump may try to take us backwards, but America and the world won’t let him get his way. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

31 мая, 20:28

U.S. Business Leaders Want to Stay in the Paris Climate Accord

According to reports, President Trump is expected to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement. This is a horrible decision for business, the United States, and humanity. In this moment, running through the details of the agreement itself, which commits nearly every country in the world to significant energy and carbon reductions, is not vital. Nor is what we could analyze — from what will actually change in how the U.S. uses energy or emits carbon if the agreement is abandoned (it’s not a straightforward discussion by any means) to what states, cities, and citizens can do as a result. But the key point I want to make here is that the business community does not want to leave the Paris climate agreement. Let me repeat: Even though Trump and his team keep telling everyone that climate action is somehow bad for the economy, most companies don’t agree with that assessment. On May 10, in an attempt to influence the president’s thinking, 30 CEOs wrote an open letter to Trump, taking out a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal. The opening reads, “We are writing to express our strong support for the U.S. remaining in the Paris Climate Agreement.” I won’t reprint the whole letter here, but please read it. It is, however, worth taking a moment to look at the companies whose CEOs made their views known: 3M Company Allianz SE Bank of America Corp. BROAD Group Campbell Soup Company Cargill Inc. Citigroup Inc. The Coca-Cola Company Corning Incorporated Cummins Inc. Dana Incorporated The Dow Chemical Company E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Company General Electric The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Harris Corporation Johnson & Johnson JP Morgan Chase Kering Morgan Stanley Newell Brands Inc. Pacific Gas and Electric Company Procter & Gamble Company Royal DSM Salesforce Solvay Tesla Inc. Unilever Virgin Group The Walt Disney Company This is not a tree-hugger group. And it’s not a list of usual suspects from consumer-facing brands that may want to impress consumers or seem like they don’t have a huge carbon footprint. Nor is it a list that makes you think the money men want out of Paris. Heavy industrials are here. The biggest banks are here, and in other communications, too — see the letter to G7 leaders from hundreds of institutional investors, representing $17 trillion in assets. Related Video Whiteboard Session: The Business Case for Sustainability Account for the intangibles. Save Share See More Videos > See More Videos > Finally, I can say confidently, the list does not even remotely cover all the companies that feel this way. The CEO of Dow corralled fellow CEOs over just a couple of days to get these signatories. Many more agree but couldn’t move that fast on the letter, and many other executives have made their feelings known through back channels to Trump and his team. Public statements of support for the Paris agreement have even come in from the CEO of Exxon. Yes, Exxon. And just look at the hundreds of companies that have already committed to science-based carbon reduction goals and 100% renewable energy. And yet the president seems to be ignoring this clear message coming from our titans of industry. He has claimed for a long time that he wants to put America first. But by withdrawing we would join a short list of UN member states that have not signed the agreement: Nicaragua and Syria. That’s it. The U.S. cannot lead the world in any dimension if it abdicates responsibility and leadership for the greatest challenge facing humanity.

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22 мая, 17:31

Company News for May 22, 2017

Companies in the News are: CPB,DYN,VST,ROST,FL

22 мая, 17:27

Stock Market News for May 22, 2017

Benchmarks finished in the green for the second straight session on Friday, but declined for the week, unable to recover fully from the losses it suffered due to events at the White House