Weight Watchers International

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Billionaire media personality Oprah Winfrey sold a portion of her holdings in Weight Watchers International. Has she lost some of her confidence in the company?
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Shares of Weight Watchers International soared after it reported better-than-expected financial results.
Oprah Winfrey is a member of a board committee that will search for new Weight Watchers CEO following the resignation of James Chambers announced Monday afternoon.
Oprah endorses the Weight Watchers product on the home page of its website. Apparently, the star has lost her power, at least among people who want to lose pounds.
Weight Watchers may have enjoyed a massive run higher in recent months from news that Oprah Winfrey was getting involved as a stakeholder and spokesperson, but is it over?
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Weight Watchers commercials with Oprah Winfrey have now started running right ahead of the New Year's resolution crunch.
Weight Watchers recently reported better-than-expected earnings and gave bullish guidance. Beating Wall Street consensus forecasts, though, is far less impressive when not much is expected of a...