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May 5, 2014
07:40 EDTTSNTyson Foods sees FY14 sales about $37B, consensus $35.94B
The company said, "We expect fiscal 2014 sales to approximate $37B as we continue to execute our strategy of accelerating growth in domestic value-added chicken sales, prepared food sales and international chicken production, as well as price increases associated with rising cattle and hog costs." The company sees its Chicken segment to be above its normalized range of 5.0%-7.0% for FY14, for its Beef segment's profitability to be similar to FY13, which was below its normalized range of 2.5%-4.5%, for its Pork segment to be in its normalized range of 6.0%-8.0% and for its Prepared Foods segment to be below its normalized range of 4.0%-6.0% for FY14. The company said about is International segment: "Unless market conditions improve, we will incur losses for the remainder of the year; however the losses in the third and fourth quarters of FY14 should be lower than the losses sustained in the first two quarters of FY14."
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August 27, 2015
19:53 EDTTSNMcDonald's, Tyson Foods drop T&S Farm after animal cruelty video, Reuters says
McDonald's (MCD) and Tyson Foods (TSN) terminated a contract with T&S Farm after animal rights activists shot an undercover video showing farm workers engaging in "unacceptable animal treatment", reports Reuters citing Tyson spokesman Worth Sparkman and a statement from McDonald's. Reference Link
August 26, 2015
19:54 EDTTSNJudge overturns roughly $24M in damages against Tyson Foods, Reuters says
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August 20, 2015
19:53 EDTTSNRetailers, others question heightened fees at Port of Oakland, WSJ says
After the Port of Oakland said it is considering implementing additional fees, the Retail Industry Leaders Association told the Federal Maritime Commission that it is "troubled" due to the lack of details regarding the fees, according to the Wall Street Journal. The retailer group also questioned the general effectiveness of such a program, and the Agriculture Transportation Coalition echoed the criticism, said the report. Note that executives from Lowe's (LOW), Best Buy (BBY), Target (TGT), Coca-Cola (KO), J.C. Penney (JCP), Tyson Foods (TSN), SunOpta (STKL), and Whole Foods (WFM) serve on the boards of the aforementioned associations. Reference Link

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