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Nestle's participation in GMA will be missed, and we hope there will be a time when they will rejoin
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Oct 24 2017
“Previous management was not too open to listen to critics. Now with Mr. Schneider, one of his top priorities was to improve shareholder communication and investor relations. I think he's listening carefully to what investors are saying.” said Jean-Philippe Bertschy speaking about Nestle. It’s one of the 55 quotes about Nestle you can find on this page. 38 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Jon Cox and Dan Loeb. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Howard Popoola - The Kroger Company

Yes, the industry is cautious because this could be the next best thing since sliced bread, but you wouldn't say everything was fine and dandy after a trial you had with just two suppliers. The key right now is to involve suppliers and retailers and see how well we can share data to oil the IBM blockchain machine. This is an opportunity for us to speak with one voice and say to the world that food safety is not going to be a competitive

François-Xavier Roger - Nestlé

We are cautious. Part of it is linked to commodity prices and because of the high volatility there we need to be

Mark Schneider - Nestlé

We are pleased with our value creation progress in the first half of 2017. This includes solid operational improvements as well as portfolio management choices and our decision to increase balance sheet efficiency. Organic growth in the first half did not fully meet our expectations. While volume growth remains at the high end of our industry, pricing continues to be

Jon Cox - Kepler Cheuvreux

It shows you that CEO Mark Schneider has a lot of work to do and there isn't a magic wand in terms of getting the top line

Michael Wystrach

I think Nestle and other consumer packaged good companies said we want to be part of this new industry and understand more in-depthly how it affects our

Andreas von Arx

Nestle is still not targeting its full potential... This leaves room for further accelerations and means activist shareholders might continue to keep the high pressure on

Dan Loeb

It is rare to find a business of Nestle's quality with so many avenues for

Jean-Philippe Bertschy - Vontobel

Previous management was not too open to listen to critics. Now with Mr. Schneider, one of his top priorities was to improve shareholder communication and investor relations. I think he's listening carefully to what investors are

Jean-Philippe Bertschy - Vontobel

He has a fantastic reputation, very dynamic, very proactive, with a first-rate track

Dan Loeb

We believe our recommendations to Nestlé management, if taken together, would dramatically improve both the growth profile and earnings power of the

Dan Loeb

Third Point invested in Nestlé because we recognized a familiar set of conditions that make it ripe for improvement and change: a conglomerate with unrealized potential for margin improvement and innovation in its core businesses, an unoptimized balance sheet, a number of non-core assets, and a recent history of meaningful under-performance versus peers. It is rare to find a business of Nestlé's quality with so many avenues for

Benjie Creelan-Sandford - Jefferies

The announcement of definitive steps to resolve the two Veneto banks should be seen as a positive for Italian banks and the broader sector (albeit at a high cost). Intesa, as acquiror of the 'good' assets, also looks to be getting a good

Lara Barns

But the premium coffee segment is the one that grows the most in Brazil. That is our

James Edwardes Jones - RBC Capital Markets

It's incompatible with Nestle's strategy, margins are falling and its competitive position is

James Edwardes Jones - RBC Capital Markets

This might seem small stuff, but in our view it could be a significant step by new-ish CEO Mark Schneider ... towards a more deliberate and efficient capital allocation

Haruhiko Kuroda - Bank of Japan

There's some distance to achieving 2 percent inflation, so it's inappropriate to say now specifically how we will exit our ultra-loose monetary policy, and how that could affect the BOJ's financial health. Laying out specific simulations now would only create confusion. We will debate an exit strategy only after 2 percent inflation is achieved and price growth stays there

Ulf Mark Schneider - Nestlé

When it comes to M&A, I think Nestle is no stranger to that. In fact some of the most strident deals of the 1980s that actually put the company on the map where it is today, as the world's largest food and beverage company, those were coming from

Lisa Fine

My British friends, particularly, just nestle up with a cup of tea and never

Tim Roache

To shift the production of an iconic British brand like Blue Riband to Poland is completely unacceptable. Nestle are throwing people's lives, and those of their families, into turmoil for the sake of increasing profit margins. These factories should be exporting chocolate – not people's jobs. The Government needs to step in before it's too late – and reassure millions of workers across the country this is not just the tip of the Brexit

Julia Long - Unite

We will be campaigning to save as many jobs as possible and pressing Nestle to think again about these plans. Rather than turning its back on its UK workforce, Nestle should be investing in its UK operations and keeping production here at plants in the UK. Over the coming days we will be scrutinising the company's business rationale for these job losses and explore alternatives to its cut-and-run

Anthony Atamanuik

I feel most comfortable when I'm standing there. I rewrite in his

Laurent Freixe - Nestlé

The idea is to create a new joint venture to produce and distribute these products mainly for the Cuban market but also with the idea of exporting some products. Talks are very advanced, now it is more a question of finalizing them and completing the issue of financing. Tourism is going to double in the coming years, meanwhile demand is today only partially covered by local production. It was single-digit growth, so not spectacular because there are also liquidity limitations that limit potential, but demand is there and we are

Ulf Mark Schneider - Nestlé

But I also wanted to express my confidence that we can get back to mid-single-digit growth by

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe - Nestlé

The KitKat is a perfect example. There is nothing wrong with a nice KitKat. Now should we have products with 60 percent sugar and palm oil? No we should get rid of it. Those products have nothing to do with a nutrition and wellness company and we're eliminating those products one after

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe - Nestlé

Our priority is to adapt them, reformulate them by taking out sugar, salt and sodium, make them nutritionally good. If we can't do that, we should get rid of them. But KitKat will stay with us for many, many

Jon Cox - Kepler Cheuvreux

The anti-allergy food segment is something that Nestle was bound to be interested in given intolerance to certain products in packaged foods can have a serious impact on the health of the

Jon Cox - Kepler Cheuvreux

Europe looks like it was under pressure during the quarter while China weakness is weighing on Asia despite the recovery in India. The cut in guidance is disappointing although all of the staples companies looked like they have had a tough quarter - they need to find relevance with

Tim Spector

It shows we still don't understand enough about how the microbial community really

Jon Cox - Kepler Cheuvreux

It could be the start of many more to come. Nestle has made a clear statement of intent with the appointment of Ulf Mark Schneider to become CEO that it will develop its health and nutrition

Paul Bulcke - Nestlé

While we continued to address challenges in China, we enjoyed good performances across the U.S., Europe, South East Asia and Latin America and expect this to continue in the second

Jean-Philippe Bertschy - Vontobel

The challenge for Nespresso will be to maintain their exceptionally high profitability because they have to invest more in marketing, promotions and new

Fawad Khan

Market witnessed more of a consolidation above the 40,000 level as the results season

Patrik Schwendimann

The bulk of Nestle's business will remain in food for the foreseeable future, but it shows health is an area that Nestle wants to grow further. Schneider's appointment could trigger more acquisitions in health and

Jon Cox - Kepler Cheuvreux

This is a clear signal that Nestle is going to stick to its 5 percent to 6 percent growth

Jean-Philippe Bertschy - Vontobel

It is striking that Nestle hasn't gone for a CEO from the consumer goods

Dan Propper - Osem

I don't see it hurting us. Osem can always bring in more products from its parent Nestle if

Frederic Stevenin - PAI Partners

Long term, the objective will be to list the entity as we believe this will be quite an attractive growth story. We think it's a natural

Jean-Philippe Bertschy - Vontobel

The Froneri JV is fully in line with Nestle's strategy to better manage its product

Daniel Vasella

This operation means the end of our programme of disinvestment that we launched ten years ago in order to focus on the health sector and to invest more in the health

Peter Liese

It is a labelling problem. But I don't think there is a serious health issue. Consumers want to know what they are

Paul Bulcke - Nestlé

In many developed markets where consumer confidence is low, the trading environment is subdued while in most emerging markets, conditions remain dynamic and rich in growth

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