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  1. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Colgate-Palmolive Co

    Stock Reports

    Wed, 2 Jul 2014

    the company has raised its dividend payment each of the past 50 years, a trend we expect to continue. CEO and Chairman Ian Cook , 61, has been with the firm since the mid-1970s and has led it since 2007. In fiscal 2013, Cook earned $10.2

  2. Colgate Closes Out a Tough Gross Margin Year; Shares Remain Fairly Valued

    Commentary

    Thu, 26 Jan 2012

    9.0% and 4.5% internal sales and volume growth, respectively, in emerging markets over this same period. CEO Ian Cook has talked about the firm as a "tale of two halves" over the past year. With its leadership position in the oral

  3. New Morningstar Analyst Report - Colgate-Palmolive

    Stock Reports

    Tue, 26 Jan 2010

    2008, but we think sales will rebound in 2010 and average 4.5% over the next five years.Colgate chairman and CEO Ian Cook has been at the helm since 2007, but he has been with the firm since the mid-1970s. Colgate's board might benefit

  4. Colgate Manages Costs in 3Q

    Commentary

    Thu, 30 Oct 2008

    its 2004 restructuring where the firm effectively acknowledged that it had underspent on advertising support. While CEO Ian Cook maintains that the firm intends to remain competitive in its markets with its spending, we will be watching advertising

  5. Strong Start to 2007 for Colgate

    Commentary

    Wed, 25 Apr 2007

    company also announced that after 23 years as CEO, Reuben Mark will officially step down July 1, at which point COO Ian Cook will assume the top job. This move has been expected for some time. Finally, while there has been little impact on

  6. New CEO at Colgate Slated for 2007

    Commentary

    Mon, 27 Feb 2006

    Colgate CL CEO Reuben Mark's announcement Friday that current Colgate president and chief operating officer Ian Cook would be his successor came as no surprise, and our fair value estimate of $60 per share remains unchanged. The succession plan

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