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December 19, 2012
15:07 EDTHLFHerbalife increases U.S. manufacturing capacity
Herbalife announced that it entered into a definitive agreement to purchase a manufacturing facility in Winston Salem, North Carolina. This purchase further expands Herbalife's global manufacturing capacity and is in line with the company's stated strategy to increase self-manufacturing for its products. The agreement is based upon a cash purchase of $22.2M and includes incentives from Winston Salem, Forsyth County and the state of North Carolina. The receipt of these incentives, coupled with an existing manufacturing facility and the availability of quality labor force in the Triad region, were key criteria that the company considered upon selecting this location above other cities in the southeast. In addition to the building purchase, Herbalife plans to invest in excess of $100M on machinery & technology, as well as a complete retro-fitting of the existing facility to ensure it is in full compliance with U.S. Good Manufacturing Practices for dietary supplements and food products. The facility will employ approximately 500 new positions when it reaches full production and it will manufacture Herbalife's nutritional powders and liquids for the North American and other markets around the world.
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13:45 EDTHLFAckman likely pressed bearish options bet on Herbalife, CNBC reports
Bill Ackman of Pershing Square likely pressed his bearish options bet on Herbalife, based on options trading activity, CNBC's Scott Wapner reports.
August 13, 2014
14:04 EDTHLFAckman will continue Herbalife short position as needed, Bloomberg reports
Bill Ackman's hedge-fund Pershing Square said most of the Herbalife contracts it holds will expire next year and that it will extend their terms by "paying additional premiums if it is necessary to do so," according to Bloomberg, citing Ackman's quarterly letter to investors. In the letter, Ackman said that the cost of holding a short position in options of Herbalife has dropped "substantially" after the company canceled its dividend, the report noted. Reference Link
11:21 EDTHLFAckman says Herbalife may be unable to refinance 2016 credit, Bloomberg reports
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