#Consumer Products

Reynolds Consumer Products (NASDAQ:REYN) Upgraded at Zacks Investment Research

Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of Reynolds Consumer Products (NASDAQ:REYN) from a sell rating to a hold rating in a research note issued to investors on Thursday, reports. According to Zacks, “Reynolds Consumer Products Inc. is a consumer branded and private label products company. It produces and sells branded...
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Earth Rhythm is a brand that promises to deliver clean, safe and biodegradable products that are backed by scientific research. This inclusive brand employs...
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Reynolds Consumer Products (NASDAQ:REYN) Downgraded by Citigroup to Neutral

Citigroup downgraded shares of Reynolds Consumer Products (NASDAQ:REYN) from a buy rating to a neutral rating in a report published on Tuesday, Analyst Price Targets reports. The brokerage currently has $35.00 price target on the stock, up from their prior price target of $32.00. A number of other equities research...

Regulators to investigate fashion sector for alleged green laundering

Regulators have launched a formal investigation into sustainability claims made by the fashion industry amid growing concerns the sector is trying to launder shoppers. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) suspects parts of the fashion industry are making misleading claims about the sustainability of their products. Over the past year,...

ViacomCBS Consumer Products Announces New SVP, Softlines Licensing

Jose Castro, senior vice president, softlines, fashion and lifestyle licensing and global collaborations, ViacomCBS, has announced Joann Acevedo has been promoted to senior vice president, softlines licensing, North America, ViacomCBS Consumer Products. Acevedo will lead strategy and growth across multiple categories of business including apparel, accessories and home furnishings. Acevedo will also partner with the Toronto-based ViacomCBS Consumer Products team to expand the softlines business throughout Canada.
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Mayfield Consumer Products to lay off 501 employees

MAYFIELD, Ky. (KFVS) - Mayfield Consumer Products will lay off 501 employees. The company filed a letter on January 10 notifying the Kentucky Career Center. They said they expect all layoffs in Mayfield to be permanent. The plant, a candle factory, was located on Industrial Drive in Mayfield. Eight people...

Unilever offers $60 billion for GlaxoSmithKline consumer products

The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever confirmed its interest in the consumer goods division of pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline on Saturday. The Sunday Times had previously reported that Unilever, known for Langnese ice cream, Knorr sauces and Signal toothpaste, had offered around 50 billion pounds (60 billion euros). However, GlaxoSmithKline and...

ViacomCBS Consumer Products Promotes Joann Acevedo to SVP of Softlines Licensing, North America

ViacomCBS Consumer Products Promotes Joann Acevedo to SVP of Softlines Licensing, North America. Joann Acevedo has been promoted to Senior Vice President (SVP), Softlines Licensing, North America ViacomCBS Consumer Products. The news was announced by Jose Castro, SVP, Softlines, Fashion & Lifestyle Licensing and Global Collaborations, ViacomCBS Consumer Products. In...

PetHonesty Welcomes Consumer Products Executive as CEO

PetHonesty, a portfolio company of Vestar Capital Partners, has named consumer products executive Richard P. Greenberg as CEO, effective February 14. PetHonesty founder and CEO Ben Arneberg will continue to serve as a director on the company’s board, and he and his family will retain their significant ongoing investment in the company.

Johnson & Johnson: Dividend King To Hold In A Market Crash

The S&P 500 has more than doubled off its bottom, which was posted almost two years ago. Consequently, most stocks have become richly valued and thus many investors fear that there will be excessive downside risk whenever the next downturn shows up. The recent surge in inflation has only increased the anxiety of investors, as it may exert pressure on the valuation of stocks if it persists. In such tumultuous periods, investors should try to build a defensive portfolio, which will prove resilient even in a market crash. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is certainly an ideal Dividend King to hold in a market crash.

3 Personal Care Products Stocks Trading Near 52-Week Highs That Have More Room to Run

An increasing awareness of health and hygiene matters–at both societal and individual levels–is driving the personal care market’s growth. With an increasing number of customers of both sexes opting for personal care products and products made from natural ingredients, the industry is well-positioned to grow. Customers’ growing...

Why Does A Customer Compliance Officer Do A Home Visit?

Now, one of the most common consumer complaints is that a company has not done a home inspection on an existing home. Companies have an obligation to perform all required home inspections before beginning any work on a home, or on an existing home that is owned by a third party.

Nestle: Wait For A Correction Of This High-Quality Consumer Staples Stock

NSRGY has always proved resilient to recessions, including the coronavirus crisis. Nestle (OTCPK:NSRGY) is a multinational food, beverage and consumer products company. It is based in Switzerland and thus it passes under the radar of most U.S. investors. However, it is the largest food company in the world, with presence in 186 countries and a market capitalization of $362 billion. It also has promising growth prospects and has proved extremely resilient to recessions. As it has also raised its dividend (in CHF) for 26 consecutive years, income-oriented investors should put this high-quality stock on their radar.

Desktop Metal Introduces DM HH Stainless Steel, A High-Strength And Hardness Alloy For The Production System

New Material Enables Mass Production of Wear- and Corrosion-Resistant Components for Oil & Gas, Automotive, Consumer Products, and Medical Devices. Desktop Metal announced it has released DM HH Stainless Steel (DM HH-SS), a custom stainless steel alloy that combines high strength and hardness with corrosion resistance, for additive manufacturing on the Production System™ platform. Customers can now leverage the Production System’s Single Pass Jetting™ (SPJ) technology to produce DM HH-SS components at scale across a range of industries where high strength and hardness are required, including oil & gas, automotive, consumer products, and medical devices. With the addition of this new alloy, the Production System can now print ten qualified metal materials.