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Goldman increased its price target for Nestle and tipped the Swiss food giant to hit the top end of its new operating margin target.
Nestle confirms organic growth target ahead of CEO Mark Schneider's first Investor Day in London.
Global oils prices hold gains after Turkey threatens to choke-off supply from Kurdistan
Dividend paying stocks are often appealing to investors, especially ones from companies which consistently increased their dividends.
Nestle is taking a 68% stake in the company.
Nestle said the purchase will allow it immediate entry into the vegan and vegetarian market, which is growing by double digit and is expected to become a $5 billion market by 2020.
Nestle's new CEO Ulf Mark Schneider must add detail to cost cutting and provide hope of M&A when he fronts his first shareholder conference on Sept. 26.
Bernstein analyst Alexia Howard estimates a further 30% fall in cocoa prices could boost Hershey's earnings per share by 8.6%.
As former GE CEO Jeff Immelt emerges as the frontrunner to led Uber, experts say areas like integrity, humility and vulnerability will be important for the new CEO to show.
IBM wants to know if blockchain tech can be used to track food supply chains and improve safety.
The suit alleges Nestlé sold 'common groundwater' in its Poland Spring brand.
Meanwhile, the activist hedge fund increased its stake in Snap's foremost competitor.
Eden Creamery thinks its brand could sell for as much as $2 billion.
The food giant has just a few weeks till the end of the six-month moratorium after Unilever rejected its $143 billion offer.
Nestle sees organic growth and sales slow amid activist campaign.
Global equity rally takes a breather.
A Unilever-Kraft Heinz tie up could be on the cards.
Nestle shares rose to the top of the market in Switzerland Monday after reports that activist investor Third Point LLC is in regular dialogue with the world's biggest food company.
From Nestle to interest rates to a raise for the Queen here are the most read stories of the week
Nestle opened firmly higher Wednesday after the world's biggest food company said it would buyback around $21 billion in shares over the next three years.
Nestle is expected to open higher Wednesday after the world's biggest food company said it would buyback around $21 billion in shares over the next three years.
U.S. stocks are higher in early trading.
A roundup of Monday's trending stocks.
The rescue of two failing Italian lenders helped to lift European benchmarks higher Monday, with solid gains for lenders in Southern Europe in particular.
Third Point hedge fund turns up the heat in Switzerland
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