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    2. Activist Investor Elliott Faces Hostility Over Pernod Ricard Stake

      Activist Investor Elliott Faces Hostility Over Pernod Ricard Stake
      Current and former chief executives of mining giant BHP, Dulux paints maker Akzo Nobel (Amsterdam: AKZA.AS - news ) , electronics group Samsung and the consumer goods group Nestl will know exactly how Alexandre Ricard feels today. All have been targeted in the recent past by Elliott Advisors, the aggressive US activist investor, which on Wednesday announced it had built a stake of more than 2.5% in Pernod Ricard (TLO: RI-U ...
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    3. Nestlé Investors' Disquiet Grows

      Nestlé Investors' Disquiet Grows
      Nestl SA's chairman is facing mounting opposition from some shareholders who say the former chief executive isn't helping his successor's efforts to reinvigorate growth at the world's largest packaged-foods maker. The maker of Nescafe coffee and Purina pet food has been under pressure since activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC disclosed a $3.5 billion stake in the company last year and called for ...
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    4. Nestlé CEO's Vision Takes Shape, but an Activist Clouds the Horizon

      Nestlé CEO's Vision Takes Shape, but an Activist Clouds the Horizon
      Nestl SA's Mark Schneider likes to describe his corporate strategy as a movie. Reviews so far have been positive, but he does have one prominent critic. In his nearly two years as chief executive, the former health-care executive has put greater emphasis on nutrition, petcare, coffee and water while shedding ancillary business...
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  2. Quotes about Nestle

    1. Nestle's improving measures are starting to kick in and materialise in both growth and returns development.
      In Nestle Counts on Better Second Half to Keep Third Point at Bay
    2. This global coffee alliance will bring the Starbucks experience to the homes of millions more around the world through the reach and reputation of Nestle.
      In Nestle to Pay $7.15 Billion to Get into Starbucks' Coffee Business
    3. Nestle is far and away the largest hot drinks company globally, with more in sales than the next five largest hot drinks companies combined.
      In Nestle to Pay $7.15 Billion to Get into Starbucks' Coffee Business