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There is some evidence that such actions can improve sales: McDonald's Corp. said sales of its Chicken McNuggets increased a year ago, after the company said it removed antibiotics from the menu item. " This is something that's important to many of our customers and it's something we need to do to show relevance and modernity within our brand ", Hochman said.
When the 2018 mid-term elections get closer, they could encounter highly energized Democrats and independents who turn out to vote against them based on their unpopular healthcare bill. Conservatives are set on their wish list and Republicans centrists have made clear those requests go too far. Their inability to even substantively dig in on the key outstanding issues, at least in a way where they start chopping away at the areas of disagreement, " tells you all you need to know about this ...
Without anticipating the outcome of such a review, Polman argued that Unilever also needed to be able to act quickly as the speed of future opportunities accelerated in the sector. When asked about Unilever's margarine business, Polman said it was a "declining segment" that could be "better managed by others", which is likely to encourage rival firms because, as the Financial Times noted , the business continues to be highly profitable.
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Credit Suisse maintained it with "Outperform" rating and $51 target in Wednesday, July 6 report. Analysts have a mean recommendation of 2.00 on this stock (A rating of less than 2 means buy, "hold" within the 3 range, "sell" within the 4 range, and "strong sell" within the 5 range).