Coca-Cola’s focus on innovation and increasing its marketing investment makes for an ideal business strategy
It’s all about the years ahead for PepsiCo as the company uses cost cuts to support growth.
Investor confidence hinges on American Electric getting a long-term pricing agreement.
Hershey is trying to brush off competition from Nestle.
Exelon doing all it can to ensure revenue stability and reduce earnings volatility
Kellogg is making the right moves to move beyond its troubled past.
Changing consumer tastes and growth aims have forced companies to take the current path.
Philip Morris could face near-term challenges as it has aimed its efforts at long-term security.
Duke is planning to exit the competitive Midwest market to secure future earnings.
Altria's long-term prospects look secure with its portfolio diversification.
Reynolds has focused on brand-building measures that could bear fruit in the long term.
Lorillard has increased spending on its e-cigs roll-out to drive long-term results.
Food companies will now have to increase marketing spending to support sales volume--can they remain profitable?
Mondelez and Coca-Cola are each working to dethrone Nestle, but can they succeed?
Investor confidence will increase as margin expansion takes off, but does that make Mondelez a buy today?
Kraft takes a chainsaw to its costs and pours back the savings into its business, but is that enough to make it a great investment?
How is Colgate managing to take on currency headwinds?
It all boils down to execution as Procter & Gamble’s plans come to fruition