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Pinnacle Foods in a Pickle Over Buyout Offer

Pity poor Pinnacle Foods (NYSE: PF). After receiving a buyout offer from Hillshire Brands (NYSE: HSH) for $6.6 billion it was at the top of the world, with its shares hitting ...
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Playing Chicken: Tyson Raises Stakes in Bid for Hillshire

Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN), one of the nation's largest food-processing companies, has made an offer of $50 a share in cash for Hillshire Brands Co. (NYSE: HSH), trumping Tuesday's ...
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Pilgrim’s Pride Makes Hostile Bid for Hillshire

Pilgrim's Pride Corp. (NASDAQ: PPC) has unveiled an unsolicited bid of about $6.4 billion to acquire food processor Hillshire Brands Co. (NYSE: HSH). The offer includes an all-cash payment of ...
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Tyson Downgrade Brings Choked Chicken Margin Fears

It is not that frequent that an analyst downgrade sparks a 7% drop in a stock. That is why we are focusing on this big analyst downgrade in Tyson Foods ...
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Dole CEO Makes $1 Billion Offer for Food Company

Fruit and vegetable producer Dole Food Company Inc. (NYSE: DOLE) could be on its way to becoming a privately held company again. The company’s chairman and chief executive, David Murdock, ...
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Corn Brings the Death of Food Inflation

If you have been paying attention to consumer prices and producer prices of late, the drop in the price of oil and other energy related items has been keeping a ...
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Sanderson Farms Weighed Down by Macro Forces

Sanderson Farms Inc. (NASDAQ: SAFM) reported fourth-quarter and full fiscal 2012 results before markets opened this morning. The poultry processing firm reported diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.41 on ...
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U.S. Drought to Send Beef Prices Soaring (RRGB, WEN, MCD, RUTH, TSN, PPC, SFD)

The first official warning of food price increases due to the U.S. drought came last month, when the U.S. Department of Agriculture forecast an increase of 2.5% to 3.5% for ...
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Smithfield to Import Brazilian Corn

The world’s largest producer of pork, Smithfield Foods Inc. (NYSE: SFD) said today that it would begin importing corn from Brazil to use as feed for the company’s livestock. This ...
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Large American Companies Excluding Women And Minorities

There are still a few large American public companies that have kept women and minorities off of their boards. It must be hard to do in an age of activism ...
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The 21 Companies That Exclude Women From Leadership

More than half of the American workforce is comprised of women. It is well-known that they are paid less than their male counterparts. Several studies show that female workers make ...
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China vs. U.S. Chickens

Obama will meet with China "enemy of the state", the Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibet. The Chinese government has already protested the visit. The US will sell $6.4 billion ...
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The 52-Week Low Club (VSE)(WSM)(PPC)(MCK)(VPRT)(CLNE)

Verasun Energy (VSE) Rumor that ethanol company may go Chapter 11. Drops to $.40 from 52-week high of $17.75.Williams-Sonoma (WSM) Who can afford to decorate a home? Earnings fall. Sells ...
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The 52-Week Low Club 9/25/2008 (PPC)(TDC)(ORCL)(APD)(SPSN)

Pilgrim's Pride (PPC) Company says it has liquidity issues. Sometimes that means Chapter 11.  The stock drops to $3.26 from 52-week high of $35.98.Teradata Corp (TDC) is facing competition from ...
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The 52-Week Low Club 9/24/2008 (PPC)(MRX)(ENTG)(CPLA)

Pilgrim's Pride (PPC) Company says it will have lay-offs. Drops to $6.06 from 52-week high of $35.98.Medicis Pharmaceutical (MRX) Firm says it will restate financials. Falls to $14 from 52-week ...
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