Archive for April, 2013

Herbalife reports ‘record results’ – CNNMoney

Herbalife reports 'record results'
CNNMoney
Herbalife is at the center of a high-profile feud between rival hedge fund managers, but you wouldn't know it from the company's latest quarterly report. The maker of nutritional supplements, which operates a network of 2.7 million independent

Herbalife Posts Record Results, Raises Guidance – Forbes


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Herbalife Posts Record Results, Raises Guidance
Forbes
Herbalife recorded sales of $1.1 billion, up 17% year-over-year, and adjusted net income of $137.4 million, up 27%. Earnings per share of $1.10 beat estimates. The figure includes a a 10-cent impact from Venezuela's currency devaluation and a 7-cent
Herbalife 1Q Profit Easily Tops Street ViewFox Business
Herbalife Raises Outlook as Profit RisesWall Street Journal
Herbalife Earnings Beat but Q2 Outlook Falls Short – CNBC.comCNBC.com
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Herbalife posts better-than-expected earnings, again
Los Angeles Times
The good numbers come after a rocky year for Herbalife. The company's shares were hammered last May after hedge fund manager David Einhorn questioned its business model during an analyst call. Seven months later, Bill Ackman, who manages
Herbalife 1Q Profit Easily Tops Street ViewFox Business
Herbalife First-Quarter Profit Tops Analysts' EstimatesBloomberg
HERBALIFE BEATS EARNINGS AND REVENUE ESTIMATES, BOOSTS Business Insider
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Herbalife hikes 2013 outlook – MarketWatch

Herbalife hikes 2013 outlook
MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) kept its long winning streak alive, topping Wall Street's profit target for the 17th consecutive quarter. Late Monday, the nutritional products seller reported a first-quarter profit of $118.8 million

Monday’s movers: Herbalife gains ahead of results – MarketWatch

Monday's movers: Herbalife gains ahead of results
MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Herbalife Ltd. rose on Monday ahead of its first-quarter earnings release while Moody's Corp. led the S&P 500 higher after settling a lawsuit on ratings issued during the financial crisis.

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Wall Street Journal
Herbalife's very long earnings win streak faces fresh test
MarketWatch (blog)
Herbalife is spending upwards of $20 million to defend its reputation, which last December came under attack from high-profile hedge fund manager Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital. Ackman called Herbalife a ponzi scheme and backed up his claim
Hedge Funds Play 'Jeopardy' Over HerbalifeWall Street Journal
Activists and Short Sellers Brace for Herbalife Corporate Earnings24/7 Wall St.
Herbalife Adds Icahn Nominees To BoardFINalternatives
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Herbalife Ltd. (HLF) Call Buying Accelerates as Earnings Loom
Schaeffers Research
Nutritional supplements concern Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) will step into the earnings confessional tonight, just a session after its annual shareholder meeting. Despite the stock's year-over-year deficit of roughly 45%, options traders have purchased

ListGuy.com Expands MLM Services To Celebrate 16th Year In The MLM Leads
PR Web (press release)
ListGuy.com is expanding MLM phone leads to offer more services as it moves into its 16th year in business. The company was founded in 1997 as a source for lead generation and MLM lists, and has been growing since then to become one of the leading

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Hedge Funds Play ‘Jeopardy’ Over Herbalife – Wall Street Journal


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Hedge Funds Play 'Jeopardy' Over Herbalife
Wall Street Journal
Hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman appropriated the title of the game show for a presentation labeling multilevel marketing firm Herbalife Ltd a "pyramid scheme," a charge the company disputes vigorously. Rather than joining him in selling shares of the
Herbalife ready to start work on Winston-Salem plantGreensboro News & Record
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Herbalife ready to start work on Winston-Salem plant
Greensboro News & Record
WINSTON-SALEM — The conversion of the former Dell Inc. plant by Herbalife Ltd. is expected to begin in earnest in June now that it has hired a general contractor. Herbalife announced with great fanfare on Dec. 19 that it would spend $130 million on an

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