Tyson Foods Inc (TSN)

61.85
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NYSE : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 61.88
Open 61.89
Day Low/High 61.68 / 62.22
52 Wk Low/High 55.72 / 77.05
Volume 247.00K
Avg Volume 2.88M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 358.20M
Market Cap 21.83B
EPS 4.60
P/E Ratio 12.33
Div & Yield 0.90 (1.50%)

Latest News

Here Are the New Emojis Coming to Apple Later This Year -- Rejoice Texting Fans

Here Are the New Emojis Coming to Apple Later This Year -- Rejoice Texting Fans

Some of the new emojis coming later this year include a T-Rex, Zebra and Zombie.

Netflix Just Blew It Out of the Water Internationally, Too

Netflix Just Blew It Out of the Water Internationally, Too

Netflix added 4.14 million international subscribers, beating the consensus estimates for 2.6 million.

Netflix: 'We Are Replacing' Regular TV

Netflix: 'We Are Replacing' Regular TV

Netflix said that the internet is 'incredible' for expanding the video entertainment business around the world.

Nobody Understands This About Netflix, Jim Cramer Explains

Nobody Understands This About Netflix, Jim Cramer Explains

Here comes Netflix earnings.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk: If You Believe in Us, 'Place Bets Accordingly'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk: If You Believe in Us, 'Place Bets Accordingly'

Musk took to his Twitter account to clarify his comments that the electric car company was worth more than it should.

Expectations for Apple Are Too High, Deutsche Bank Warns

Expectations for Apple Are Too High, Deutsche Bank Warns

Expectations for Apple are too high.

Amazon Files Trademark to Get Into Meal Kits, Continuing to Haunt Blue Apron

Amazon Files Trademark to Get Into Meal Kits, Continuing to Haunt Blue Apron

After hurting Blue Apron's IPO with its $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, Amazon is now getting directly into meal kits.

Disney Facing a Beastly Problem With Visual Effects Lawsuit

Disney Facing a Beastly Problem With Visual Effects Lawsuit

Rearden LLC sued Disney on Monday in a U.S. District Court in San Francisco.

BP To Increase Data Capacity Fivefold

BP To Increase Data Capacity Fivefold

BP is looking to invest in big data to help the oil and gas giant offset weakness in crude prices.

Man Involved in Minnesota Tesla Crash Denies Autopilot System Was to Blame

Man Involved in Minnesota Tesla Crash Denies Autopilot System Was to Blame

Tesla shares fell Monday on initial reports of the crash.

Citi to Name Frankfurt as New EU Broker-Dealer Location

Citi to Name Frankfurt as New EU Broker-Dealer Location

Citi selected Frankfurt as the location for the new broker-dealer after also evaluating Paris as an alternative.

Fed Fines BNP Paribas $246 Million for Forex Dealings

Fed Fines BNP Paribas $246 Million for Forex Dealings

The Federal Reserve has been cracking down on activities in the foreign exchange market.

David Einhorn's 'Bubble Basket' Shorts Against Amazon, Tesla Have Him Frustrated

David Einhorn's 'Bubble Basket' Shorts Against Amazon, Tesla Have Him Frustrated

'The second quarter was a bit of a head-scratcher,' Einhorn said.

U.S. Lifts Laptop Ban on Saudi Arabian Airlines

U.S. Lifts Laptop Ban on Saudi Arabian Airlines

Saudi Arabia's flagship carrier was the last airline to face in-cabin electronics restrictions.

Morgan Stanley Makes Broadcom a Top Second Half Pick

Morgan Stanley Makes Broadcom a Top Second Half Pick

Broadcom has several catalysts which will send its stock shooting higher the remainder of 2017.

Judge Says Government Probe Into Google Pay Discrepancy Is too Invasive

Judge Says Government Probe Into Google Pay Discrepancy Is too Invasive

The U.S. Labor Department can appeal the ruling

Here's What President Trump Can Do for JPMorgan

Here's What President Trump Can Do for JPMorgan

Policy changes could have a major impact on JPMorgan's earnings.

Walmart Is Slashing Prices for Food and Clothing So Amazon Doesn't Take All Its Sales: New Study

Walmart Is Slashing Prices for Food and Clothing So Amazon Doesn't Take All Its Sales: New Study

Walmart has reduced the average price of its groceries 37% year over year.

U.S. To Allow 15,000 Additional Visas For Temporary Workers

U.S. To Allow 15,000 Additional Visas For Temporary Workers

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly found there were not enough qualified and willing workers available to complete temporary non-agricultural work.

Japan's Fujitsu Takes Aim at Intel, Nvidia with New AI Processor

Japan's Fujitsu Takes Aim at Intel, Nvidia with New AI Processor

Fujitsu released new details of its new artificial intelligence processing chip.

Peltz 'Raises the Execution Bar' at P&G, Jefferies Says

Peltz 'Raises the Execution Bar' at P&G, Jefferies Says

P&G has lagged peers in key metrics, but Peltz could help the company realize cost-savings and achieve a higher multiple, Jefferies says.

General Electric Bears Are Being Naive on This One Key Issue, Morgan Stanley Says

General Electric Bears Are Being Naive on This One Key Issue, Morgan Stanley Says

Morgan Stanley initiated coverage on General Electric on Monday.

This Tesla Just Crashed and Its Driver From Minnesota Isn't Happy With the Autopilot Feature

This Tesla Just Crashed and Its Driver From Minnesota Isn't Happy With the Autopilot Feature

The driver and four passengers escaped the crash with minor injuries.

Disney Looking to Alleviate ESPN Woes in Altice Contract Talks

Disney Looking to Alleviate ESPN Woes in Altice Contract Talks

The issue for Disney and ESPN is that more consumers are leaving traditional pay-TV models for skinny bundles or simply cutting the cord all together.

Amazon's AWS in Talks to Develop Software with VMware

Amazon's AWS in Talks to Develop Software with VMware

The deal would represent the first large-scale effort by AWS to develop software for corporate data centers.

Ulta Stock Dipped, But These Analysts Still Make a Bull Case

Ulta Stock Dipped, But These Analysts Still Make a Bull Case

Oppenheimer and Wells Fargo both released notes that argue in favor of Ulta's bulls.

Technology Will Change the Entire Ecosystem of What We Do: BlackRock's Fink

Technology Will Change the Entire Ecosystem of What We Do: BlackRock's Fink

Markets are anticipating normalization of policy, but negative yields are sticking around, says Fink.