NESN-U.TI - AZIONI

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90.74
-0.44 (-0.48%)
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Previous Close91.18
Open90.98
Bid90.60 x 58200
Ask0.00 x 75000
Day's Range90.98 - 90.98
52 Week Range90.98 - 90.98
Volume12
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  • Reuters5 days ago

    FOCUS-Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services

    BEIJING/HANGZHOU, China, June 20 (Reuters) - In China, the sales maxim of 'know your customer' is being taken to new lengths. One of the first firms to join an Alibaba Group Holding Ltd programme that provides years of consumer shopping history, snack food chain Bestore Co Ltd plans to link facial recognition technology with the e-commerce giant's account data by the year's end. For customers opting to have their facial data in Bestore's systems, that means shop assistants will be able to check on what food they like the moment they enter one of its stores.

  • Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services
    Reuters6 days ago

    Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services

    BEIJING/HANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - In China, the sales maxim of 'know your customer' is being taken to new lengths. One of the first firms to join an Alibaba Group Holding Ltd programme that provides years of consumer shopping history, snack food chain Bestore Co Ltd plans to link facial recognition technology with the e-commerce giant's account data by the year's end. For customers opting to have their facial data in Bestore's systems, that means shop assistants will be able to check on what food they like the moment they enter one of its stores.

  • Benzinga13 days ago

    "Shipper Of Choice" – It Can Be A Sweet Deal To Partner With Nestle

    Being a "shipper of choice" is about being a good partner, and it often goes beyond the movement of goods. In the case of Swiss food products giant Nestle S.A., the tributes come from companies that it has worked with across the supply chain. XPO Logistics, Inc., the U.S.-based transport and logistics provider, has handled transport services for Nestle in Europe for years, a legacy of the business managed by Norbert Dentressangle, S.A., the French transport and logistics company that XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) acquired in 2015.

  • Morningstar14 days ago

    Do Foreign Small Caps Offer Better Diversification?

    When looking overseas, investors should note a key difference between large- and small-cap stocks that can potentially improve diversification. Many foreign small-cap stocks often sell a majority of their goods and services into local markets. The firm had a market capitalization of just under $1.8 billion at the end of 2018, securely landing in the small-cap segment of the Swiss stock market.

  • Corrected: No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships
    Reuters15 days ago

    Corrected: No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.

  • No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships
    Reuters15 days ago

    No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    CORRECTED-No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.

  • Nestle still committed to global confectionery: CEO
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle still committed to global confectionery: CEO

    Nestle remains committed to confectionery despite unloading its U.S. chocolate operations during a review of the food giant's operations, Chief Executive Mark Schneider told an event in Switzerland on Friday. "Our wide portfolio makes us strong...not everything is going to change," Schneider said. "You have to find focus and areas where you concentrate your efforts," he said, identifying water, baby food and animal food as Nestle's growth drivers.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle still committed to global confectionery - CEO

    Nestle remains committed to confectionery despite unloading its U.S. chocolate operations during a review of the food giant's operations, Chief Executive Mark Schneider told an event in Switzerland on Friday. "Our wide portfolio makes us strong...not everything is going to change," Schneider said. "You have to find focus and areas where you concentrate your efforts," he said, identifying water, baby food and animal food as Nestle's growth drivers.

  • Nestle and Fonterra mull sale of dairy joint venture in Brazil
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle and Fonterra mull sale of dairy joint venture in Brazil

    Swiss food group Nestle SA and New Zealand's dairy producer Fonterra Co-operative Group said they would review strategic options for their Dairy Partners Americas joint venture in Brazil, which could include ...

  • Nestle to boost healthy food products in Brazil, eyes partnerships
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle to boost healthy food products in Brazil, eyes partnerships

    Nestle SA will increase its natural and organic products in Brazil, its No. 4 market worldwide, as part of a wider Americas plan to cut sugar, sodium and saturated fats in its food, a spokesman said. The local subsidiary of Swiss-based Nestle has 25 initiatives in its pipeline for 2019, compared with 20 last year, with most geared toward natural and healthier products, its Brazil head of Marketing and Communications, Frank Pflaumer, told Reuters. Like other packaged food makers, the producer of Nescau chocolate powder and Kitkat bars is aligning itself with a worldwide consumer shift toward healthier food.

  • Reuterslast month

    European stocks climb as deal talk outweighs trade fears

    European shares reversed course to end in positive territory on Thursday, with deal-making news in Germany helping to prop up the pan-European benchmark as it overcame fears of an escalation in the U.S.-China ...

  • Nestle makeover advances with $10 billion sale of skin health unit
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle makeover advances with $10 billion sale of skin health unit

    ZURICH/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Nestle has entered exclusive talks to sell its skin health business to a consortium led by EQT Partners for 10.2 billion Swiss francs ($10.1 billion), as the food group shifts its portfolio in response to changing consumer demands. The proposed transaction with private equity firm EQT, a unit of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and PSP Investments is expected to close in the second half of 2019 pending regulatory approval, Nestle said on Thursday. Nestle Chief Executive Mark Schneider put the skin health unit up for sale last September as the group moved to ditch underperforming businesses, following years of slowing growth as many consumers favoured fresh foods over packaged goods.

  • Will a $10 Billion Skincare Buyout Leave a Rash?
    Bloomberglast month

    Will a $10 Billion Skincare Buyout Leave a Rash?

    Nestle SA’s auction of its skin health unit has ended with a surprise European winner: Swedish private equity firm EQT Partners. It’s a pricey transaction that will test the received wisdom that orphan assets in big conglomerates can be turbocharged by private equity.

  • TheStreet.comlast month

    Nestle Hits Record High After Planning $10 Billion Private Equity Skin Care Sale

    shares trading at an all-time high Thursday after the consumer brands giant said it had entered exclusive talks with two private equity groups to sell its skin care business for more than $10 billion. A unit of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, as well as Switzerland-based EQT Private Equity Partners, will negotiate with Nestle as part of a plan to purchase the Skin Health division for CHF10.2 billion ($10.12 billion). Skin Health, which includes the Proactiv brand, had sales of CHF2.8 billion last year, Nestle said, and centers on prescription, aesthetics and consumer care.

  • Nestle in talks with EQT Partners to sell skin health unit: source
    Reuterslast month

    Nestle in talks with EQT Partners to sell skin health unit: source

    EQT has teamed up with Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), several sources told Reuters. It faced competition from rival buyout funds and some industry players including a consortium of Advent and Cinven as well as U.S. private equity firm KKR & Co Inc and European fund PAI Partners, the sources said. Nestle's skin health unit, which sells Cetaphil, was formed in 2014 when it bought a stake in cosmetics brand L'Oreal.

  • Reuterslast month

    Nestle in talks with EQT Partners to sell skin health unit - source

    EQT has teamed up with Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), several sources told Reuters. It faced competition from rival buyout funds and some industry players including a consortium of Advent and Cinven as well as U.S. private equity firm KKR & Co Inc and European fund PAI Partners, the sources said. Nestle's skin health unit, which sells Cetaphil, was formed in 2014 when it bought a stake in cosmetics brand L'Oreal.

  • ChromaDex Corporation (CDXC) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Foollast month

    ChromaDex Corporation (CDXC) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    CDXC earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.