108.75 +0.35 (0.32%)
After hours: 5:03PM EDT
|Bid||108.40 x 100|
|Ask||108.84 x 100|
|Day's Range||107.60 - 109.97|
|52 Week Range||107.60 - 134.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.94|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.00 (3.63%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Gov. Scott Walker and his economic development arm Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. have made their intentions to do everything in their power to change Kimberly-Clark Corp.'s mind about laying off 600 Wisconsinites extremely clear and extremely public. A Kimberly-Clark (KMB) vice president wrote to WEDC Feb. 16 that the company will "take your proposal into consideration." But the four conservative think tank leaders — Rick Esenberg of the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, Adam Brandon of FreedomWorks, Brett Healy of the MacIver Institute and Mike Nichols of the Badger Institute — want local conservatives to be "very skeptical" of WEDC's offer.
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Continuing the state government's effort to retain Kimberly-Clark jobs threatened by recent downsizing, Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. CEO and secretary Mark Hogan has published a letter he wrote to Kimberly-Clark's top executive Thursday. Kimberly-Clark (KMB), a national paper company based in Irving, Texas, announced in January it would cut 5,000 jobs and close 10 factories worldwide, including two factories in Neenah and Fox Crossing that would lose a combined 600 employees. Hogan's letter to Thomas Falk, Kimberly-Clark's executive chairman and CEO, marks just the latest effort by Gov. Scott Walker's administration to change the paper company's mind, dating back to a Feb. 5 tweet from Walker that asked WEDC to offer the company "the same deal" that Foxconn Technology Group received.
The Clorox Company (CLX) recently hiked its quarterly dividend by 14% to $0.96 per share from $0.84. Clorox has a strong history of rewarding shareholders with increased dividends and share repurchases. In fact, Clorox is a dividend aristocrat, a term used for companies that have consistently increased their dividends for more than 25 years.
Paper products maker Kimberly-Clark Corp. is closing its plant in Fullerton, California, one of 10 facilities in the country it plans to shutter. Opened in 1956, the 1.3 million-square-foot factory is on 66 acres and employs 330 people, according to the Orange County Register . “Kimberly-Clark has informed employees at the Fullerton manufacturing facility of its proposed plan to close this facility,” company spokesperson Terry Balluck said in an email Thursday, according to the newspaper.
The stock market is officially in a 'correction', with both the S&P 500 and the Dow plunging more than 10% from the recent all-time high scaled in January.
Kimberly-Clark Corp (NYSE:KMB) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2017.
Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday that proposed job-retention tax credits for consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp. could be extended to other paper companies if there are "significant opportunities" ...
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