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A2 Milk Says Chief Technical Officer Phil Rybinski To Depart
A2 Milk Says Board To Commence International Search For Full Time CEO Immediately
A2 Milk Co Says Managing Director & CEO, Jayne Hrdlicka, To Step Down From Her Role
The a2 Milk Company Limited (a2MC) is engaged in the commercialization of a2MC branded milk and related products as supported by the ownership of intellectual property that enables the identification of cattle for the production of A1 protein-free milk products. The Company operates through four segments, which include Australia and New Zealand; China and other Asia; the United Kingdom and USA, Corporate and other. The Company's portfolio composition includes liquid milk, infant formula and other. The Australia and New Zealand segment includes sale of milk, cream, infant formula, whole milk powder and ice cream. The China and other Asia segment includes milk, infant formula, and whole milk powder sales. The China and other Asia segment is also responsible for the infant formula supply chain from New Zealand to all markets. The United Kingdom and USA segment includes milk and infant formula sales. The Company's brands include a2 Milk and a2 Platinum.
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Geoffrey Howard Babidge
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Julia Cecile Hoare
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* Shares sees worst day in more than three months (Adds background, analyst comment and share movement)
Australian shares are likely to rise on Monday after comments from a top White House official raised optimism over China-U.S. trade talks ahead of an upcoming tariff deadline. China's imports rose unexpectedly in November from a year earlier, indicating signs of recovering...
New Zealand's a2 Milk Company Ltd said on Monday its Managing Director and CEO Jayne Hrdlicka had stepped down, and former CEO Geoffrey Babidge had accepted the role of interim CEO while the board searches for a replacement. (Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru)
* UBS GROUP AG AND ITS RELATED BODIES CORPORATE REDUCE ORDINARY SHARES HOLDING IN A2 MILK CO TO 5.49% FROM 6.52% - FILING Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
New Zealand's a2 Milk Company <ATM.NZ> raised its operating profit margin forecast on Tuesday on the back of higher marketing spending, sending its shares to a two-month high.
* Shares fall nearly 15% after annual profit misses expectations
* Stock fell on Tuesday over China concerns (Recasts, adds details on growth and analyst comment)
New Zealand's a2 Milk Company Ltd reported a more than 50 percent jump in first-half net profit for the 2019 financial year on Wednesday, helped by thriving demand for its products in China.
New Zealand's a2 Milk Co Ltd booked a 58.5 percent rise in core earnings for the first four months of fiscal 2019 thanks to continued demand for its products in the United States and China.
Australian shares edged down on Monday, as lower commodities prices hit materials stocks while financials slipped on fresh revelations of wrongdoing in a high-profile probe into the sector.
Australian shares weakened on Monday as lower commodities prices weighed on materials stocks and banks and insurers slipped following findings by a high-profile probe into the financial sector.
New Zealand's a2 Milk Company said its annual profit more than doubled on Wednesday, above market expectations and supported by rising demand in dairy-hungry China, but it flagged higher costs ahead as it seeks to stay competitive.
New Zealand's a2 Milk Company said its annual profit more than doubled on Wednesday, above market expectations as rising demand in diary-hungry China bolstered its business.
Australian shares closed near a three-week high on Tuesday, led by gains in banks, while resources stocks advanced on higher commodities prices.
* Disappointing results from Cochlear and Challenger cap gains
China-focused retailer AuMake International Ltd said on Tuesday it will start producing own-brand A2 milk powder, rivalling the wildly successful product that has made New Zealand's a2 Milk Co Ltd a market darling.
New Zealand's a2 Milk Co said on Friday it would acquire an 8.2 percent stake in Synlait Milk Ltd for about NZ$161.8 million ($108.9 million), prompting Synlait's shares to jump 5 percent.
New Zealand's a2 Milk Co said on Friday it would acquire an 8.2 percent stake in Synlait Milk Ltd for about NZ$161.8 million ($108.9 million).
* A2 announces unaudited FY18 revenues of NZ$922 mln ($623 mln)
New Zealand dairy product maker a2 Milk Company said on Thursday its fiscal 2018 unaudited group revenue grew about 68 percent to around NZ$922 million ($623 million).
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