[Patch.com] - According to a statement from the Acton Police Dept, “during Kimberly Clark's tenure as treasurer for both packs she made numerous withdrawals/drafts against both packs' checking accounts," the statement said. "These drafts were made in various forms;
[Knoxville News Sentinel] - The company decided to build the center in Middle Tennessee. Loudon County has in the recent past approved other tax breaks to save local jobs including those for expansions by large employers including Kimberly Clark and Tate and Lyle.
[Forbes] - Tony Palmer took the helm as Senior Marketing Officer for Kimberly-Clark in and was just promoted to the role of President, Global Brands & Innovation. Palmer and his team helped transform the product development and operationally focused company
[PR Newswire (press release)] - LOS ANGELES, March 8, PRNewswire/ -- Representatives from financial software provider BlackLine Systems, US audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG LLP and BlackLine client company Kimberly-Clark will speak at the Annual CFO Leadership Summit this
[MuMbrella] - Kimberly-Clark has chosen not to use reintroduce its controversial beaver in TV advertising for sanitary brand U by Kotex, because the character was detracting from the message the brand wanted to communicate to girls. Kimberly-Clark yesterday brought
[Diario El Sol de Quilmes] - La comisión interna de la firma quilmeña Kimberly-Clark, emitió un comunicado de solidaridad para con los trabajadores de la planta que Smurfit Kappa tiene en la localidad de Sunchales, Santa Fe; que luchan por el respeto al convenio colectivo de
[4-traders] - Kimberly-Clark Corporation is a global health and hygiene company that manufactures and provides consumer products. The company's products include diapers, tissues, paper towels, surgical gowns and disposable face masks. In the full year report
[Motley Fool] - With that in mind, today we're looking at Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB ) . We'll examine not only where its sales and earnings come from, but how its sales abroad have changed over time. Five years ago, Kimberly-Clark produced 54% of its sales within the
[Motley Fool] - By Rex Moore | More Articles Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB ) carries $3.6 billion of goodwill and other intangibles on its balance sheet. Sometimes goodwill, especially when it's excessive, can foreshadow problems down the road. Could this be the case with
[Motley Fool] - Today, we're checking in on Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB ) , whose recent revenue and earnings are plotted below. Source: S&P Capital IQ. Data is current as of last fully reported fiscal quarter. Dollar values in millions. FCF = free cash flow.
[Beattie Group (press release)] - Kimberly-Clark's DryNites® brand has launched an innovative new online campaign, running until spring 2013, with leading women's lifestyle and community website, iVillage.co.uk, to tackle the taboo subject of bedwetting. The fully integrated marketing
[DailyFinance] - Kimberly-Clark, a solid and well-respected producer of diapers (among other things), is currently providing a dividend yield of 4.1%. This has attracted John and Jason's attention, and they talk about whether this is a can't-miss opportunity.
[Patently-O] - by Dennis Crouch Twenty years ago, Kimberly-Clark scientists had the idea of creating a diaper with an "elastomeric ear" having non-parallel edges. The patent (No ) issued in (sixteen years ago). In the side figure, I have circled this
[Motley Fool] - Let's take a closer look at why Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB ) is a dividend you can count on. The key to a great income producer over time is stability, and there are very few stocks that can claim the type of business stability that Kimberly-Clark
[Virtual-Strategy Magazine] Research Technical Leader, Kimberly-Clark Corporation Substantiating of Claims by Mr. Bruno De Wilde, Lab Manager, Organic Waste Systems (OWS) NV The conference expects to welcome participation from Bioplastics producers/suppliers, brand owners
[Coos Bay World] - A US District judge in Eugene sided Monday with Kimberly-Clark in a two-year long dispute with the county, handing it the right to extract chromite on 465 acres of land in the Seven Devils areas. While Kimberly-Clark owns a reservation deed to 'all oil