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Non-tech companies such as Walmart, Allstate, Unilever and General Motors spearheaded the acquisitions of some of the tech universe's most valuable private companies in 2016.
By making beloved brands that people everywhere need, Procter & Gamble and Unilever should weather any volatility this year and reward investors with growth and income.
Large-cap stocks are on pace for massive gains at the start of December, and these five breakouts could be about to lead the pack.
The owner of Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank named Gap veteran Jack Calandra CFO and treasurer effective January 3.
U.K. food producers and retailers warn on rising costs as Prime Minister Theresa May agrees to reveal her Brexit plans.
The sector is attractive again -- start with PepsiCo, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever.
Each dividend stock scores well for safety and has a historically high dividend yield.
AB InBev losses on exposure to Mexican consumer.
A.P. Moeller Maersk falls more than 3% on Trump's win.
Nomad Foods' fish fingers also set for Post-Brexit price rise as Bank of England lifts near-term inflation forecasts.
European luxury and consumer group are tapping the $120 billion skin care market to boost quarterly earnings.
After ridding itself of slower-growth beauty brands, Procter & Gamble must show its appetite for acquisitions.
European companies feel the pinch in Latin America's biggest economy.
Nestle reports organic growth of 3.2% in the first nine months of the year.
Unilever demands a 10% price increase on products due to the fall in the pound since the Brexit vote.
Friday rally rounds off a volatile week for European markets as risk stocks lead the way back up.
Consumers get first glimpse of Brexit impact after Unilever demands price hike on much-loved Marmite.
Faster inflation data from China and solid car sales figures from Europe add a positive tone to early trading.
Stocks claw back from lows to settle modestly lower as fears over China's economy fade.
Weak trade data from China sparks renewed concern over the global economy, while revived jitters over Brexit reverberate across Europe.
Unilever shares fall after British supermarket chain Tesco pulls some of the company's products from its website.
Investors should turn their gaze to the eurozone; it now looks better than the U.S. and U.K.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf retires; U.S. stock futures tumble after China data come in weak; meeting minutes reveal the Fed came pretty close to raising rates last month.
The Dutch consumer goods group's sales growth slowed to 3.2% in the third quarter compared with 5.7% last year.
Stocks closed Tuesday with solid gains after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was largely credited with a win at the first debate.