News: Colgate-Palmolive Co (CL)
6 Dec 2013
No. 7 Syracuse 69, Colgate 50: C.J. Fair had 20 points and seven rebounds as the Orange beat the visiting Raiders for the 48th straight time.
Colgate and Syracuse may be in close proximity on a map, but the two couldn’t be further apart when it comes to basketball. The Raiders make their annual trek to face the Orange on Saturday, and Colgate has little reason to hope the outcome will be any different than the previous 47. Syracuse is ranked No. 7 in the country and has won its first two games by an average of 18.5 points.
Wake Forest 89, Colgate 78: Devin Thomas scored 23 points and grabbed six rebounds as the host Demon Deacons staved off a challenge from the Raiders to win their season opener.
After a 34-60 mark in three seasons under coach Jeff Bzdelik, Wake Forest looks for a quick start to the new year as it hosts Colgate on Friday. The Demon Deacons return four starters and Bzdelik is looking for his core players to draw from the experience of an up-and-down 2012-13 season. "They're older, they're wiser, they're stronger, they're more mature," he told the Winston-Salem Journal. "They gained a valuable understanding of what's expected of one to win at this level."
- Colgate-Palmolive reported slightly higher third-quarter earnings on Thursday as it spent more on advertising and posted strong sales growth in Latin America, yet failed to show robust growth at home.
Oct 24 - Colgate-Palmolive reported slightly higher third-quarter earnings on Thursday as it spent more on advertising and posted strong sales growth in Latin America, yet failed to show robust growth at home.
Oct 24 - Colgate-Palmolive Co posted a slightly higher quarterly profit on Thursday as it spent more on advertising to promote products including new versions of its well-known toothpaste.
- Colgate-Palmolive Co cut its 2013 profit forecast due to the stronger dollar as it posted a lower second-quarter net profit on Thursday, citing restructuring and other charges.
- Colgate-Palmolive Co on Thursday posted lower quarterly profit as the impact of the stronger dollar pressured its international business, and the toothpaste maker lowered its 2013 earnings forecast as Latin American sales slipped.
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