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The maker of Terra Chips and other organic and vegetarian foods reached a deal with activist Glenn Welling in September that brought on six dissident directors. It is examining a possible sale of its organic and antibiotic-free poultry business.
Icahn raises concerns about the broader market. However, he and activist investment experts argue that there are investment opportunities ahead.
CVS bans photoshopping photos on its beauty products. Could it have a ripple effect for its suppliers like Procter & Gamble? Watch the video to learn more.
Everyone in the consumer packaged food space is going healthy. You listening, Pepsi?
Unilever today announced an agreement to acquire Schmidt's Naturals, a personal care company based in Portland, Oregon.
Unilever today announced an agreement to acquire Sundial Brands, a New York-based personal care products company.
Here's what you need to know for Tuesday, Nov. 21
Beyond Nestle, Pepsi could seek to buy the organic foods company as it pushes into healthier foods.
Insurgent investors are pressing both the Swiss packaged foods conglomerate and U.S. organic food target.
Strategic and financial bidders alike are snapping up companies ranging from direct-to-consumer makeup services to pet food retail.
Starbucks posted disappointing fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, Nov. 2, to the surprise of few. It also disclosed the sale of the Tazo tea brand to Unilever for $348 million.
Unilever today announced an agreement to acquire the TAZO® brand from Starbucks.
Earnings exceeded expectations, but revenue came just shy of consensus estimates.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Amgen and Procter & Gamble.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the inevitable and also discusses FANG.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses risk and how it differs from risk awareness.
Nutella maker Ferrero will add brands including Trolli, Lemonheads and Red Hots as it targets the U.S. confectionery market.
Breaking below $54 could open the way to further price weakness.
Unless it's the stock of a retailer, you have to take advantage of this pattern.
Today that catch was McDonald's, tomorrow it will probably be something different.
Owning more of a great stock would be the best way for Buffett to spend his money. So, he should just buy more Apple.
Owning more of a great stock would be the best way for Buffett to spend his money.
Be careful, the next correction, whenever it comes, may not be shallow.
The organic food company should probably sell part or all of itself in pieces, according to company followers. Potential bidders for all or part of the company could include PepsiCo, Campbell Soup, Hormel Foods, General Mills, Kraft Heinz among others.
Four are already close while others need to step up to the plate.
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