Baby food seller Plum plans to pull out of the U.K. market by the end of the summer. The decision follows a strategic review by parent Campbell Soup ( CPB -0.6% ). Post your comment!
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tend to create too cozy of a relationship with management, in our view. With a heritage that dates back about 140 years, Campbell Soup is now a leading global manufacturer and marketer of branded convenience food products, most notably soup. The firm's
containers in North America. Its major customers include Campbell Soup , Nestle, and Del Monte. Silgan is now looking for more ..... of Silgan's 2013 revenue came from two customers-- Campbell Soup and Nestle. While Silgan has long-standing relationships
Campbell Soup (NYSE: CPB ) says it expects its 2015 performance ..... its fiscal year that begins Aug. 4. CPB reaffirms FY 2014 guidance, expecting ..... 58 guidance vs. $2.53 consensus. CPB plans to provide specific FY 2015 guidance
Campbell Soup ( CPB +1.2% ) fits the profile of a company that Warren Buffett might ..... filters (modest P-E ratio, dividend backstop, strong brands), Campbell Soup still has room for margin improvement in the right hands, note industry
industry, including General Mills ( GIS ), Mondelez International ( MDLZ ), Kraft Foods Group ( KRFT ), and Campbell Soup ( CPB ) have been discussing their belt-tightening efforts at a big annual consumer conference. Continued weakness
commitments," which we now know stem from his chairman role at Bausch & Lomb following its sale to Valeant) positively. Former Campbell Soup CEO Doug Conant (a director since 2012) has assumed the chairman post. We like that the firm intends to maintain the separation
Brands upon the split-up of the former Sara Lee. Sean Connolly, named CEO in January 2012, worked in various roles at Campbell Soup and Procter & Gamble before joining Hillshire Brands. We think his previous tenure at leading branded consumer goods firms