Kimberly-Clark is cutting jobs as part of a restructuring effort aimed at reducing costs and making business more efficient. The effort is expected to be over by 2016’s end.
Want more time off work to hang out at the beach? Need a little cash and have vacation days to spare? Some North Texas companies allow their workers to buy and sell vacation time, a perk that gives workers more flexibility in managing time off.
In the storm ravaged North East, millions are still without power and supplies are getting low. Damage estimates are being calculated in the tens of billions of dollars.
Kimberly-Clark Corp. says thieves have stolen and sold some rejected tampons that may pose a health risk if used.
Most little girls have “the talk” with their moms about their periods. Now, the Poise brand is initiating the “second talk” with women — this time about menopause.
Personal care company Kimberly-Clark said that its first-quarter profit rose 34 percent, as higher selling prices helped offset rising costs.
Kimberly-Clark — the maker of Kleenex, Huggies and other household goods — said that its fourth-quarter net income fell 19 percent as rising costs dampened its performance.
This past holiday season the North Texas Food Bank met their goals, but they’re now headed into the slowest season for donations. But the food bank received good news just as they prepared for leaner times.
Kimberly-Clark, based in Irving, also cut its revenue outlook and the high end of its earnings outlook.
Celebrities are gabbing about it openly. A growing number of grooming products cater to it. The vagina is becoming big business.
Consumer products maker Kimberly-Clark said Monday that its second-quarter profit fell 18 percent, dragged down by higher costs.
The maker of Kleenex and Huggies says its first-quarter net income fell 9.5 percent because it shelled out more for materials.