BANGALORE (Reuters) - Diamond Foods Inc DMND.O plans to buy Pringles from Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) for $1.5 billion in stock, tripling the size of a company that has been binging on snack foods while marking P&G’s long …
DMND) ("Diamond Foods" or "Diamond"). Per terms of the deal, Snyder's-Lance has acquired all outstanding shares of Diamond Foods in a cash and stock merger transaction. Under the terms of the agreement, Diamond Foods …
Who's hungry? Douglas Blake, who already was mentioned in this piece for his Sears/JCP comment, wins one of the awards for an amusing culinary stock mash-up. He noted how shares of Apple (AAPL) and nut maker Diamond Foods …
Have you ever heard of a research shop downgrading a company, then upgrading it three days later? Have you ever ... analyst Tim Ramey, who downgraded Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) on Tuesday and is now upgrading the stock back to …
Diamond Foods Inc., a subsidiary of agricultural cooperative Diamond Walnut Growers Inc., plans to go public in an initial offering of stock worth $75 million to ... list its shares on Nasdaq under the symbol DMND.
Share price is up $1.56 (7.3%) from $21.27 on June 6, 2012. The stock is trading 7.6% above its 50-day moving average and 5.5% above its 200-day moving average. Diamond Foods (DMND) was up on high volume today, trading with …
Diamonds Foods reported a better-than-expected quarter on Wednesday, and then the stock proceeded to drop seven points – Diamond DMND lost a bout a quarter of its value on an earnings beat! Cramer needed to find out why, so he …
(Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) said it will sell its Pringles potato chips business to Diamond Foods Inc DMND.O for $1.5 billion (923.6 million pounds) in stock, creating a new snack foods giant. The transaction will be effected by …
Diamond stock, which trades on the Nasdaq exchange under the DMND ticker symbol, closed at $12.98 a share Wednesday, down 11 cents for the day, and near its 52-week low. The stock ran as high as $40.71 a share in the past …
DMND) were abruptly terminated in February 2012. Shares suddenly collapsed by two-thirds from prices seen just a few months earlier, leading some investors to start to bottom-feed this stock in search of value. Such buying turned out to …