|Bid||112.33 x 300|
|Ask||112.89 x 100|
|Day's Range||113.45 - 115.51|
|52 Week Range||109.51 - 136.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.88|
|Earnings Date||Apr 23, 2018 - Apr 27, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.00 (3.45%)|
|1y Target Est||121.93|
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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.
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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.
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Gov. Scott Walker plans to fight to keep Kimberly-Clark strong in Wisconsin, and he's asked the state's economic development arm to help him with that battle. Two weeks ago, Kimberly-Clark, the Irving, Texas-based national paper company, announced 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. "To keep 600 jobs here in Wisconsin, I asked the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to offer Kimberly Clark the same deal for jobs as Foxconn," Walker tweeted.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. said Wednesday that at least one of its facilities in Neenah will be closed and a nearby plant is under consideration for closure as it moves forward with a three-year global restructuring process. A spokesperson for the Dallas-based maker of Huggies diapers and Kleenex tissue said in an email that its Nonwovens facility in Neenah will be closed with the next 18 months. Kimberly-Clark (KMB) has informed employees of both facilities of the company’s plans.