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TSN

TSN

Tyson Foods
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After Hours: 65.00 0 0.00% 16:23 11/27 EST
OPEN
65.15
PREV CLOSE
64.99
HIGH
65.56
LOW
64.50
VOLUME
1.33M
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52 WEEK HIGH
94.24
52 WEEK LOW
42.57
MARKET CAP
23.67B
P/E (TTM)
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Analyzing Tyson Foods's Ex-Dividend Date
Benzinga · 2d ago
Why You Might Be Interested In Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN) For Its Upcoming Dividend
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GuruFocus.com · 11/20 19:37
Tyson Foods Drops After Suspending Managers Betting on Covid
Tyson suspends managers at its plant in Iowa that were involved in a "winner-take-all betting pool on how many employees would test positive for COVID-19."
TheStreet.com · 11/20 17:09
Tyson suspends managers after report that they bet on workers COVID infections
MarketWatch · 11/20 00:06
Tyson Suspends Managers Accused of Covid Betting Pool
(Bloomberg) -- Tyson Foods Inc. said it has suspended managers at an Iowa meatpacking plant accused in lawsuits of betting on how many workers would be infected in a Covid outbreak earlier this year.More than 1,000 of the 2,800 employees at the Waterloo, Iowa, pork processing plant were infected with coronavirus by early May, and the facility eventually was temporarily shut down following a sustained campaign by local county officials and Democratic state lawmakers.At least five workers at the plant died in the outbreak according to two wrongful death lawsuits filed against the biggest U.S. meat producer. Managers set up a betting pool on how many workers would get sick even as they pressed employees to ignore symptoms and continue to work, the federal lawsuits claim.Dean Banks, president and chief executive officer of Tyson, said in a statement Thursday that the company had suspended “the individuals allegedly involved” without pay and retained former Attorney General Eric Holder to lead an investigation. “We are extremely upset about the accusations,” Banks said.The portrait of callous disregard for workers as the virus spread through the pork processing facility set off furious criticism from union leaders and worker safety advocates. Marc Perrone, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, said it “should outrage every American.”In early April, as Tyson officials refused pleas from the local sheriff and public health officials to shut down, the plant manager, Tom Hart, “organized a cash buy-in, winner-take-all betting pool for supervisors and managers to wager how many employees would test positive for Covid-19,” lawyers allege in suits filed on behalf of the families of four workers who died.By late March or early April, most managers at the facility were themselves avoiding the plant floor because they were afraid of contracting the virus and delegating authority to low-level supervisors with no management training or experience, the suits allege.Another high-level manager explicitly directed supervisors to continue to come to work even if they were experiencing Covid symptoms and tell workers reporting them to do the same. At least one worker vomited on the production line and managers allowed him to continue working and return to work the next day, according to the suits.Black Hawk County Sheriff Tony Thompson, who visited the facility with local health officials on April 10, said working conditions “shook (him) to the core,” according to the suits. Employees at the time “were crowded elbow to elbow; most without face coverings” even the though the Centers for Disease Control a week earlier had recommended all Americans wear face coverings in public, the suits allege.Tyson resisted local officials’ repeated efforts to get the plant to shut down even after almost two dozen employees were admitted to the emergency room of a local hospital the night of April 12, according to the complaint.Those efforts included verbal requests, an April 17 letter from 20 local officials and an April 19 complaint state lawmakers filed with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The company announced April 22 it planned to suspend operations at the plant.(Updates with company size and scope in third paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 11/19 22:14
Tyson suspends plant managers over COVID bets
Tyson Foods (TSN) suspended top officials at its largest pork plant earlier today and launched an investigation into allegations that they bet how many employees might be infected during the
Seekingalpha · 11/19 21:33
Americans are tired of cooking at home
Growing fatigue about food preparation, cooking, and dishwashing has meant significant growth in sales of meal kits, prepared foods at grocery stores, as well as take-out and delivery orders from restaurants.
Quartz · 11/18 11:08
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Based on 14 analysts

Buy

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Analyst Price Target
The average TSN stock price target is 75.24 with a high estimate of 87.00 and a low estimate of 64.00.
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Institutional Holdings
Institutions: 1.13K
Institutional Holdings: 265.10M
% Owned: 72.80%
Shares Outstanding: 364.14M
TypeInstitutionsShares
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273
15.78M
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166
-1.83M
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Food Processing
+0.29%
Food & Tobacco
+0.02%
Key Executives
President/Chief Executive Officer
Dean Banks
Vice Chairman/Executive Director
Noel White
Chief Financial Officer/Executive Vice President
Stewart Glendinning
Corporate Executive
Donnie King
Corporate Executive
Noelle O'Mara
Corporate Executive
Doug Ramsey
Corporate Executive
Stephen Stouffer
Chief Human Resource Officer/Executive Vice President
Johanna Soderstrom
Executive Vice President/Chief Technology Officer
Scott Spradley
Executive Vice President/General Counsel
Amy Tu
Executive Vice President
Scott Rouse
Other
John Tyson
Other
Justin Whitmore
Lead Director/Independent Director
Gaurdie Banister
Director
Les Baledge
Director
David Bronczek
Independent Director
Mike Beebe
Independent Director
Mikel Durham
Independent Director
Jonathan Mariner
Independent Director
Cheryl Miller
Independent Director
Jeffrey Schomburger
Independent Director
Robert Thurber
Independent Director
Barbara Tyson
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Declaration Date
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Ex-Div Date
11/13/2020
Dividend USD 0.445
02/26/2021
08/06/2020
Dividend USD 0.445
11/30/2020
05/08/2020
Dividend USD 0.42
08/31/2020
02/05/2020
Dividend USD 0.42
05/29/2020
11/11/2019
Dividend USD 0.42
02/27/2020
08/08/2019
Dividend USD 0.42
11/27/2019
05/09/2019
Dividend USD 0.375
08/29/2019
02/06/2019
Dividend USD 0.375
05/30/2019
11/12/2018
Dividend USD 0.375
02/28/2019
11/12/2018
Dividend USD 0.375
11/29/2018
05/10/2018
Dividend USD 0.3
08/30/2018
02/07/2018
Dividend USD 0.3
05/31/2018
11/10/2017
Dividend USD 0.3
02/28/2018
08/10/2017
Dividend USD 0.3
11/30/2017
05/15/2017
Dividend USD 0.225
08/30/2017
02/14/2017
Dividend USD 0.225
05/30/2017
11/21/2016
Dividend USD 0.225
02/27/2017
11/21/2016
Dividend USD 0.15
11/29/2016
05/09/2016
Dividend USD 0.15
08/30/2016
02/10/2016
Dividend USD 0.15
05/27/2016
11/23/2015
Dividend USD 0.15
02/26/2016
11/24/2015
Dividend USD 0.1
11/27/2015
06/18/2015
Dividend USD 0.1
08/28/2015
02/03/2015
Dividend USD 0.1
05/28/2015
11/17/2014
Dividend USD 0.1
02/25/2015
11/17/2014
Dividend USD 0.075
11/26/2014
05/06/2014
Dividend USD 0.075
08/27/2014
02/04/2014
Dividend USD 0.075
05/28/2014
11/18/2013
Dividend USD 0.075
02/26/2014
11/18/2013
Dividend USD 0.05
11/26/2013
05/07/2013
Dividend USD 0.05
08/28/2013
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About TSN
Tyson Foods, Inc. is a food company, which is engaged in offering chicken, beef and pork, as well as prepared foods. The Company offers food products under Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Sara Lee, Ball Park, Wright, Aidells and State Fair brands. The Company operates through four segments: Chicken, Beef, Pork and Prepared Foods. It operates a vertically integrated chicken production process, which consists of breeding stock, contract growers, feed production, processing, further-processing, marketing and transportation of chicken and related allied products, including animal and pet food ingredients. Through its subsidiary, Cobb-Vantress, Inc. (Cobb), the Company is engaged in supplying poultry breeding stock across the world. It produces a range of fresh, frozen and refrigerated food products. Its products are marketed and sold by its sales staff to grocery retailers, grocery wholesalers, meat distributors, warehouse club stores and military commissaries, among others.
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