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An activist investor has built a stake in one of the world's biggest yoghurt makers
CEOs exit President's Council after Charlottesville response
European stocks extend global equity rally as tensions.
Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across Corporate America.
China is developing a taste for dairy and beef. But it is desperately short of meeting demand, putting cattle-related assets in play.
It's not often that you see a stock like General Mills drop three points or 4% in one day's session.
Trifecta Stocks portfolio managers don't anticipate AT&T discussing its Yahoo bid in its latest quarterly results.
Organic food companies and corporate giants seem pleased about the bipartisan effort to label GMO products.
Prime Day is in full swing, and one firm believes Amazon could double the $400 million generated last year.
All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
Global growth uncertainty could affect Citigroup's revenue, while Costco appears poised for a membership fee hike, according to analysts.
Analysts actions and a merger are affecting Action Alerts PLUS holdings WhiteWave Foods, Wells Fargo and Occidental Petroleum.
U.S. stocks turned mixed on Thursday, paring earlier losses, on the heels of improving labor market data.
Following the acquisition offer, we a counter-bid is very possible.
The deal shows that low interest rates work to stimulate the corporate sector.
European companies selling to emerging markets might be a good diversification play.
Income seekers have likely already shifted to the food producers.
The valuation gap between food producers and distributors has been closing.
If France gets hit with bad economic news, these stocks would become great bargains.
In this episode of Buy This, Sell That!, Paul Erlichman, portfolio manager for the Legg Mason Global Currents International All Cap Opportunity Fund, names his favorite stocks including Lloyds Banking Group and Marine Harvest.