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The Hershey Company
Rank: 453 (Previous rank: 442)
Get quote: HSY
Financials: Latest quarterly results
CEO: Richard H. Lenny
Address: 100 Crystal A Dr., Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: 717-534-4200
Website: http://www.hersheys.com
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Revenues 4,944.2 2.2
Profits 559.1 13.3
Assets 4,157.6
Stockholders' Equity 683.4
Market Value 3/23/2007 12,532.5
Revenues 11.3
Assets 13.4
Stockholders' equity 81.8
2006 $ 2.34
% change from 2005 17.6
1996-2006 annual growth rate % 10.3
2006 -8.1
1996-2006 annual rate 10.5
1 PepsiCo 63 35,137.0
2 Sara Lee 125 18,539.0
3 ConAgra Foods 173 14,171.9
4 General Mills 213 11,640.0
5 Kellogg 232 10,906.7
6 Dean Foods 246 10,339.0
7 S&C Holdco 3 268 9,350.0
8 H.J. Heinz 269 9,331.4
9 Campbell Soup 311 7,778.0
10 Land O'Lakes 329 7,102.3
11 Dole Food 367 6,219.3
12 Hormel Foods 403 5,745.5
13 Hershey 453 4,944.2
14 Wm. Wrigley Jr. 472 4,686.0
15 Del Monte Foods 604 3,308.6
16 Interstate Bakeries 646 3,060.5
17 McCormick 692 2,716.4
18 J.M. Smucker 818 2,154.7
19 Flowers Foods 889 1,888.7
20 Ralcorp Holdings 905 1,850.2
From the April 30th, 2007 issue
Footnote:
David J. West is CEO of Hershey (Rank: 453) effective Dec. 1, 2007, replacing Richard H. Lenny.
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