Shares of Krispy Kreme, whose profit margins are also being hurt by its move to sell more doughnuts through grocery stores, fell more than 29 percent after the profit warning, its first since going public four years ago. The stock, which hit …
Bloomberg News reported earlier this week that JAB Holding Co., the Luxembourg …
Kinghorn might now be a bit distracted by the court battle as the Krispy Kreme business prepares for its multimillion ... And given the spray Lew aimed at Myer's directors on Sunday over the lack of stock held by the well-remunerated …
Investors, cheered by an optimistic forecast, are sweet on Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., pushing the treat-maker’s stock to its highest level in more than eight years. On Friday, the Winston-Salem, N.C., company watched its stock soar to …
is buying Krispy Kreme for $1.35 billion, or $21 per share in a transaction that is expected to close in the third quarter. KKD stock has traded right at $21 since the sale announcement, and was unchanged in late morning trading on …
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. NEW YORK — Krispy Kreme was once a cult favorite company for both doughnut …
Krispy Kreme's stock soared more than 24% in mid-session trading. The deal comes after a JAB affiliate recently added to its coffee empire with the acquisition of Keurig, which makes single-cup coffee machines that sit on counter tops. …
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts stock fell the most in more than a year after slow sales of packaged-food products hurt results and prompted the company to cut its annual earnings forecast. The doughnut chain posted quarterly sales and profit on …
Shares of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. kkd dropped 3.5% in after-hours trade Tuesday, after the doughnut seller missed fiscal fourth-quarter sales expectations and provided a downbeat profit outlook for the next year. For the quarter ended …
Because the executives said nothing about the company’s troubles, the suit says, workers who bought Krispy Kreme stock for their 401(k) accounts, or were paid stock in bonus plans, had no way of knowing what top executives knew: …