|Bid||36.46 x 1200|
|Ask||36.50 x 3000|
|Day's range||35.97 - 36.67|
|52-week range||30.68 - 42.80|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.72|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.08|
|Earnings date||13 Feb 2024 - 19 Feb 2024|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.60 (4.38%)|
|Ex-dividend date||30 Nov 2023|
|1y target est||37.30|
When Campbell Soup (CPB) CEO Mark Clouse made the transition from the military to the business world, his first role was part of Kraft’s, now Kraft Heinz (KHC), Junior Military Officer program. Now, more than 25 years later, Clouse is not the only leader who has gone from that Junior Military Officer program to CEO. Some of his military peers include: Hostess Brands CEO Andy Callahan, UTZ (UTZ) Brands CEO Howard Friedman, and Diageo (DEO) CEO Debra Crew. Clouse talks with Yahoo Finance Executive Editor Brian Sozzi about the rise of these business leaders and the value Junior Military Officer programs can bring to both veterans and businesses, including Campbell Soup. “They're bringing leadership, complex project management, problem solving, and then we build the business knowledge,” says Clouse. For the full conversation with Clouse, click here. For more of our Lead This Way series, click here, and tune in to Yahoo Finance every Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.
Mark Clouse has risen the ranks of the food industry over the last two decades, reaching the peak – becoming Campbell Soup (CPB) CEO in 2019 – during a time of crisis for the company. Clouse credits his time in the military, first at West Point followed by more than six years in the Army, for his leadership style and success in the business world. At Campbell Soup headquarters in Camden, NJ, Clouse tells Yahoo Finance Executive Editor Brian Sozzi how he re-centered the historic brand, guided the company through the pandemic, and is now leading Campbell Soup into the future. Clouse leans on his leadership pillars: to set a clear vision, assemble a complementary team, and inspire and uplift employees. “Instead of just being that constant force of execution and deliver, how do you create this feeling of empowerment?” Clouse says. Clouse took over as the 14th CEO of Campbell Soup since the company was founded in 1869. One of his biggest moves since taking the reins, includes the acquisition of the popular pasta sauce brand, Rao’s, along with their parent company, Sovos Brands (SOVO). Before taking the top job at Campbell Soup, Clouse served in leadership positions at Pinnacle Foods, now part of Conagra Brands (CAG), Mondelēz International (MDLZ), and The Kraft Heinz Company (KHC). Lead This Way is a new series that features personal, in-depth interviews with the business leaders shaping our world today. In these one-on-one conversations, they reveal how their approach to leadership helped them reach the top of their field. For more on our Lead This Way Series, click here, and tune in to Yahoo Finance every Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.
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