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Snyder's-Lance to Buy Diamond Foods in $1.27 Billion Deal
Snyder's, known for its Snyder's of Hanover pretzels and Lance crackers, said the purchase of Diamond Foods Inc. would augment its international sales and array of “better-for-you” products at a time when consumers increasingly are seeking foods ...
Snyder's-Lance, Inc. Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Diamond Foods ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Snyder's-Lance Investors Balk at Purchase of Diamond Foods  Bloomberg
Moody's withdraws ratings of Diamond Foods, Inc.
New York, February 29, 2016 -- Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has withdrawn the ratings of Diamond Foods, Inc., including its B3 Corporate Family Rating, B3-PD Probability of Default Rating, SGL-2 Speculative Grade Liquidity Rating and all debt ...
Snyder's-Lance takes over Diamond Foods
Diamond Foods Inc., the publicly held snack foods company that grew out of the former Diamond Walnut growers' cooperative, has been acquired by Snyder's-Lance Inc., the nation's second-largest salty snacks company.
Snyder's-Lance Acquires Diamond Foods  Consumer Goods Technology
Diamond Foods touts Salem food innovation center
These are the kinds of questions that a small but ambitious team at the new Diamond Foods Inc. innovation center in Salem will seek to answer.
Diamond Foods opens innovation center in Oregon  Baking Business (registration)
Diamond Foods opens State-of-the-Art Innovation Center  PotatoPro
Diamond Foods to Pay $5 Million to Settle SEC Fraud Charges
As Diamond Foods Inc. readied a quarterly earnings report in February 2010, then-Chief Financial Officer Steven Neil raised an unusual question with his team of accountants.
SEC charges Diamond Foods over nutty accounting  CNN
SEC charges Diamond Foods with accounting fraud  San Francisco Chronicle
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Why Diamond Foods, Inc. Stock Jumped 10% in June
Now what: For years, Diamond Foods has been a radioactive stock, following an accounting scandal that led to the resignation of its CEO and CFO, several financial restatements, and the collapse of its deal to buy Pringles from Procter & Gamble.
Diamond Foods, Inc. Earnings: Is the Snack-Maker Back in Business?
On Thursday, Diamond Foods (NASDAQ:DMND) will release its quarterly report, and shareholders have to be pleased about the rebound that the snack-food maker has given them in recent months.
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Snyder's-Lance moves closer to $1.9B Diamond Foods deal
Snyder's-Lance announced in late October that wants to buy Diamond in a stock-and-cash deal that includes the assumption of $640 million in Diamond debt. Diamond, based in Stockton, Calif., specializes in packaged food, primarily nuts. Diamond would ...
Snyder's-Lance, Inc. Announces Expiration of Waiting Period Under HSR ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Diamond foods agrees to $2.75-million settlement in “all natural” class actions
Diamond Foods, Inc. has agreed to settle the consumer-fraud class-action suits filed by plaintiffs in California and Florida alleging that the company falsely labels its Kettle Brand´┐Ż chip products as “All Natural,” when they contain artificial ...
Earnings Focus and Crowd Sourced Sentiment Review for Diamond Foods, Inc ...
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