$MYE (Myers Industries Inc.)

$MYE {{ '2016-09-28T11:16:57+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MYE appointed Mike Valentino as Group President, Material Handling, and will continue to report to CEO Dave Banyard. Alex Williamson has been appointed Group President, Distribution, and will continue to report to Banyard. These are effective Sept. 6, 2016.

$PEP {{ '2017-07-28T12:20:56+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

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$MAT {{ '2017-07-27T22:13:38+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Globally, consumer takeaway for $MAT's Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher-Price continued its momentum, with each up double digits in 2Q17, and high-single digits YTD. As of June 30, 2017, the company's debt-to-total capital ratio was 56.1%.

$MAT {{ '2017-07-27T22:09:34+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Toy maker $MAT reported higher sales, while loss widened in 2Q17. Net loss widened to $56.1MM or $0.16 loss per share from net loss of $19.1MM or $0.06 loss per share a year earlier. Net sales however increased 2% to $974.5MM. Adjusted net loss per share was $0.14.

$MAT {{ '2017-07-27T20:59:51+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$MAT Mattel, Inc. Earnings AlphaGraphic: Q2 2017 Highlights

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T14:17:45+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

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$DPS {{ '2017-07-27T14:09:44+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$DPS Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. Earnings AlphaGraphic: Q2 2017 Highlights

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:43:56+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO announced the expansion of its $3Bil share repurchase program to $4Bil, to be completed by the end of 2Q18. The company paid out nearly $2.4Bil in dividends and repurchasing $1.6Bil in shares in the 1H17.  As of June 30, 2017, $MO had about $335MM remaining in the previous share repurchase program.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:39:58+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO said the smokeless products segment delivered strong results in 2Q17 as it rebounded from the effects of the 1Q recall. Smokeless products segment net revenues increased 7.8% in the quarter, primarily driven by higher pricing and volume, partially offset by unfavorable mix.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:28:21+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO said total cigarette industry volumes declined by an estimated 4.5%, in part due to the large cigarette excise tax increase in California. The smokeable products segment's reported domestic cigarettes shipment volume declined by 2.9% in 2Q17, primarily driven by the industry’s rate of decline.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:26:52+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO's smokeable products segment delivered strong income growth in 2Q17 despite a large cigarette excise tax increase in California, which negatively impacted volume and retail share in the second quarter. Smokeable products segment net revenues rose by 1.6%, as higher pricing was partially offset by lower volume and higher promotional investments.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:25:02+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO's EPS for 2Q17 increased 22.6% from last year. This was primarily driven by a higher gain on the $BUD/SABMiller business combination, favorable tax items and higher reported OCI in the smokeable products segment, partially offset by lower equity earnings from Altria's beer investment.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:19:57+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MO, which competes with $PM and $BTI, reaffirmed its 2017 adjusted EPS guidance of $3.26-3.32. This range represents a growth rate of 7.5-9.5% from an adjusted diluted EPS base of $3.03 in 2016. $MO still sees 2017 effective tax rate on operations of about 36%. $MO still expects higher adjusted diluted EPS growth in 2H17 compared to 1H.

$MO {{ '2017-07-27T13:07:20+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Tobacco products maker $MO reported 20.3% jump in 2Q17 earnings on strong income growth in smokeable products segment and smokeless products segment has largely rebounded. Net income grew to $1.99Bil or $1.03 per share from $1.65Bil or $0.84 per share last year. Revenue rose 2.2% to $6.66Bil. Adjusted EPS increased 4.9% to $0.85.

$DPS {{ '2017-07-27T12:43:54+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$DPS' net sales growth for FY17 is now expected to be about 4.5%, including the Bai acquisition. The acquisition is expected to add approx 2 percentage points to growth. $DPS continues to expect FY17 core EPS in the range of $4.56 to $4.66.

$DPS {{ '2017-07-27T12:36:07+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Soft drinks-maker $DPS posted 27% decline in net income to $188MM, or $1.02 per share in 2Q17. Excluding certain one-time costs and debt extinguishment, EPS was $1.25. The company, which had recently acquired Bai Brands, said its net sales increased 6% in the quarter to $1.8Bil, on a 4% growth in sales volumes.

$KO {{ '2017-07-26T16:11:51+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

The Way Forward - With more than 1.9Bil beverages serving per day, the beverage giant $KO introduced the Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, a low-calorie soft drink, which will replace the 2005 debut Coca-Cola Zero. The new no-calorie brand is expected to hit the U.S. stores in August and it has already been launched in few other markets, including the UK and Mexico.

$MAT {{ '2017-07-26T15:42:34+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$MAT has expanded its strategic partnership with parenting portal Babytree to co-develop a network of physical learning centers across China. The learning centers will drive inter-connectivity and continuity between the online and physical learning experiences for children ages zero to five.

$KO {{ '2017-07-26T14:20:44+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Unit case volume for sparkling soft drinks, which accounts for more than 70% of $KO’s total volume sales, was flat during 2Q17. $KO recently introduced its 3rd sugar-free product, ‘Coke Zero Sugar’ following the Diet Coke and Coke Zero. As consumers shift to low-calorie, low-sugar products, $KO is globally expanding the Low- and No-sugar soft drinks.

$KO {{ '2017-07-26T12:57:04+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Under its new boss James Quincey and his overhaul to become a ‘Total Beverage Company’, $KO reported a drop in revenue for the second quarter 2017, down 16% to $9.7Bil. Current quarter revenues were hurt by bottling divestitures and ForEx headwinds. Coca-Cola’s revenue from bottling investments plunged 46% to $3.03Bil.

$KO {{ '2017-07-26T12:16:01+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$KO Coca-Cola Earnings AlphaGraphic: Q2 2017 earnings highlights

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