Tyson Foods Officials Visit Wall Street, Outline Growth Plan To Investors

Tyson Foods continues to reinvent its business model at 84 years old. Company executives were in New York this week along with several board members holding an investor conference on Thursday and ringing the closing bell on Wall Street on Wednesday.

“Grandad and dad would be proud of the company today and how we have changed and yet operated by the same set of values they taught me,” Chairman John Tyson said as he opened the investor conference on Thursday. “Three generations have been involved in the business and the fourth generation will be as well.”

The company’s executive team spoke to the investment community about the opportunities Tyson Foods has to continue its growth both organically and through acquisitions. The company has already been a stellar growth story in the past several years. Since 2013, Tyson Foods has produced a compound growth rate of 22.21% in adjusted earnings per share and grew its operating income by 19.07% over the five-year period.      MORE

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