Posts Tagged ‘Herbalife’

Herbalife to Pay $20 Million for Misleading Investors

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The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Herbalife Nutrition Ltd.—a direct selling company with operations in over 90 countries— has agreed to pay $20 million to settle charges that it made false and misleading statements about its China business model in numerous U.S. regulatory filings over a six-year period. According to the SEC’s order, in…

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Herbalife Reports Q2 Net Sales of $1.2 Billion

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Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE: HLF) recently reported net sales of $1.2 billion for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019. Net sales decreased 3.5 percent compared to the second quarter 2018. Excluding China, net sales increased 5.4 percent compared to the second quarter 2018 with growth in eight of the company’s top ten countries. “Our…

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Financial Analysis

China

Public direct sellers: China issues have direct selling stocks starting 2019 off slowly; rideshare unicorn IPOs banged up in the public markets. China Issues Plague Direct Selling Stocks Our proprietary index of Direct Selling stocks continues to lag the S&P 500 so far this year through mid-May, down 3 percent versus +13 percent for the…

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DSA Announces 2019 Awards Winners

In conjunction with its annual meeting, the U.S. Direct Selling Association (DSA), announced top honors to the industry’s standout companies at its 2019 DSA Awards gala in Austin, Texas. In addition, the Direct Selling Education Foundation(DSEF) announced three new inductees to its prestigious Circle of Honor. DSA Awards DSA Awards recognize the outstanding programs DSA…

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Financial Analysis

Public Direct Sellers: Business Slowed a Bit in the Fourth Quarter; Lots of Changes at Nu Skin Under CEO Ritch Wood as the Company Reinvents Itself for the Digital Age. Nu Skin Enterprises held an Investor Day at its headquarters in Provo, UT, at the end of February. Nearly two years into Ritch Wood’s tenure…

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Herbalife Nutrition Kicks Off Annual Global Month of Purpose Volunteering

Herbalife Nutrition recently announced the launch of the company’s Global Month of Purpose initiative, with hundreds of events scheduled. The initiative complements the company’s year-round program of creating opportunities for Herbalife Nutrition’s approximately 8,300 employees as well as Herbalife Nutrition independent distributors to help those in need around the world. The company has set a…

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Michael O. Johnson Reassumes Herbalife CEO Role Following Goudis Departure

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Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. announced that effective immediately, Michael O. Johnson, the company’s executive chairman, will reassume the role of CEO. The Board of Directors of Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. Made the announcement that Johnson will serve on an interim basis following the resignation of current CEO Richard Goudis. Johnson, who led the company as its chief executive officer from 2003 to 2017,…

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Herbalife Donates $30,000 to Build New Roof for Winston-Salem YWCA

Herbalife Nutrition presents $30,000 donation to the YWCA's Best Choice Center

Herbalife Nutrition (NYSE:HLF) recently presented a $30,000 donation to the YWCA’s Best Choice Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to help replace a damaged roof. “The Best Choice Center is a key contributor to the transformative health and wellness of the community, and we are proud to be a partner in that positive change,” said Mark Evans, general manager of the Herbalife Nutrition Innovation…

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Public Companies Faring Well Through First 3 Quarters of 2018

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U.S public direct selling companies are enjoying a profitable year through the first nine months of 2018. Four billion-dollar companies—Herbalife Nutrition (up 11%), Nu Skin (up 23.7%), Primerica (up 13%) and USANA (up 14.9%)—are on track to surpass net sales from 2017. The other billion-dollar US company, Tupperware, is experiencing lower than usual sales for…

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