|Bid||110.76 x 200|
|Ask||112.34 x 100|
|Day's Range||111.58 - 113.20|
|52 Week Range||106.19 - 122.51|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.05|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.22 (2.88%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Berkshire Hathaway, PepsiCo, Broadcom, Sirius and Dr Pepper
Leading consumer goods companies including Kraft Heinz, Johnson & Johnson and Carex soap maker PZ Cussons have failed to disclose the producers of their palm oil supplies, despite pledging to achieve traceability ...
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Greenpeace says household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that cut down tropical forests to grow the widely used commodity.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Chief Executive Warren Buffett makes less than twice the company’s typical employee, the conglomerate said in a filing Friday.
PepsiCo Inc. Chief Executive Indra Nooyi received more than $31 million in total compensation, which the company said late Friday is about 650 times the salary of a typical worker. Firms are reporting ...
PepsiCo Inc. has pulled an ad created by Denver-based ad agency Motive. The ad features Grant Hill after it reportedly left a bad taste in the mouths of CBS, Turner, and longtime NCAA sponsor Coca-Cola. Motive has a long-standing relationship with Mountain Dew and created the “Beat the Buzzer" ad.
Sir, Rana Foroohar, in “ The backlash against shareholder value ” (March 5), cites a number of chief executives who were critical of Larry Fink’s most recent letter to shareholders. The CEOs suggested ...
Anderson will be involved in orchestrating many aspects of American’s far-reaching marketing efforts around the world. But her responsibilities also will include overseeing the carrier’s uniform requirements — which have been an focus of intense concern among thousands of AA employees over the past 18 months. Anderson will report to Kurt Stache, American’s senior vice president of marketing, loyalty and sales. She succeeds Fern Fernandez, who oversaw the rollout in September 2016 of the hugely-controversial uniforms from Twin Hill that are believed to be tied to symptomatic reactions suffered by thousands of AA employees. Fernandez exited American Airlines (AAL) in May of last year, citing a desire to spend more time with his family. A month later AA announced it would not renew a uniform contract with Twin Hill, a unit of Men’s Wearhouse, which is a division of Tailored Brands (TLRD). Twin Hill has insisted its uniforms are safe.
This weekend's Barron's cover story shows what the shortage of workers means for employers and investors. Other featured articles examine the prospects for a European company that has hit on a winning ...
A former PepsiCo executive is joining the University of North Texas System. Gary Rahlfs, formerly vice president of finance for the beverage and snack company, will serve as the system’s vice chancellor of finance, effective March 26. “Gary Rahlfs wowed our search committee – which included our UNT system presidents and board members – during the interview process,” UNT system Chancellor Lesa Roe said in a prepared statement.
PepsiCo inadvertently shed light on challenges in beverage sales while lauding its snack-segment momentum at a recent investor conference.
Target Corporation’s (NYSE:TGT) stock fell after earnings missed analyst estimates. What they got, after adjustments, were earnings of $1.37 per share. Revenues came in at $22.77 billion, $300 million ahead of estimates, and the company issued positive guidance, saying earnings per share for the current quarter could come in at $1.25-1.45 per share, with a low single-digit increase in sales. Blame it on the poor, and Target’s willingness to treat its retail employees a little better.
The contraction in the company’s 4Q17 gross margin was attributable to an unfavorable sales mix mainly resulting from increased sales of Java Monster. Its gross margin was also impacted by inventory reserves in China, a rise in other costs, primarily related to sweeteners and aluminum cans, and logistical costs from imports.