It's merely coincidence that some of the biggest ice cream makers rhyme with the word liars. From Breyer's to Dreyer's
Over the summer, Dreyer's completed its merger with Nestle's
With Nestle's help, revenues nearly tripled to $515 million in the third quarter. The company did post a charge-laden loss for the period of $0.71 a share.
While investors tend to look at food stocks such as Heinz
Will "I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream stocks" be the market's new mantra? Probably not, but you have to admire the combined company's potential. Now that's the scoop.