500 people kicked to the door by Sean. https://www.nj.com//business/2018/12/500-nj-workers-face-layoffs-as-maker-of-healthy-choice-hunts-closes-2-facilities.html
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Anyone else gone through Hell dealing with the ConAgra Retiree Service Center?
Shares of Conagra Brands, Inc. ( CAG ) continue to see considerable weakness in afternoon trading on Wednesday after coming under pressure early in the session. After hitting its lowest intraday level in over a year, Conagra is currently down by 7.1... read more
They make full automation project. They claim more production. Actually they did rough poor work. So they push to make more. They just want to polish their balance book.
Chicago residents, meanwhile, owe an average tax burden of $36,000. That’s due to the Windy City’s liabilities of $42 billion, compared to just $9.5 billion in assets. Chicago, too, defers recognizing gains from OPEB assumptions, which leads to the... read more
2.4 million cases of Duncan Hinds cake mixes recalled!! Another brilliant purchase by a ConAgra CEO.
The longer I work at ConAgra the more I have come to detest working with the young and brainless twits Sean and company are hiring. They can't even write a coherent e-mail or memo. Where do these id--ts come from?
And California is just the beginning!! And what will Sean do? http://www.forbes.com/sites/legalnewsline/2018/10/31/attack-on-paint-industry-spreads-to-pennsylvania-sherwin-williams-asks-judge-for-help/ Attack On Paint Industry Spreads To... read more
If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be ConAgra Foods Layoffs in 2019?
“For our company, we’re going to be focused on integrating this very well, focused on paying down debt and deleveraging," Connolly said earlier this month. “ Sean Connolly. Translation: Here come more layoffs.
The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a defeat to business groups in a closely watched California case, rejecting appeals of a ruling that requires former makers of lead paint to pay $400 million or more to clean up old homes. Business lawyers said they... read more
According to the Mercatus Center at George Mason University the worst-run states are, in order starting from the bottom: Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Kentucky. The five best-run states are, in order: Nebraska, South Dakota... read more
Conagra shares tumble 6 percent on earnings miss
Another terrible day to be an employee. They announced more outsourcing. This time it is the customer service folks. They keep cutting in Omaha and there won’t be much left. People are walking around worried about who is next.
“The industry is not creating big ideas like it used to,” said Gary Stibel, founder and chief executive of New England Consulting Group. “There are line extensions du jour, but there are no major new innovations. In terms of advertising messaging... read more
Chicago’s unfunded pension liability has actually dropped to just $28 billion, after hitting $35 billion in 2017. Great move Sean.
Anyone else think the rambling posts below are all posted by one disgruntled nut job? 🤷🏼♂️
Pinnacle Foods Inc. (PF) Buyer: Conagra Brands, Inc. (CAG) Pursuant to the proposed transaction, announced on June 27, 2018 and valued at approximately $10.9 billion, Pinnacle Foods stockholders will receive $43.11 and 0.6494 shares of Conagra common... read more
NEW YORK, July 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP announces that investigations have commenced on behalf of shareholders of the following,Pinnacle Foods Inc. (PF)... read more
Sean intentionally diluted stock value to purchase pinnacle. Stole the crisp stock from the employee benefit when ethically it wasn't his to take. This guy is a thief without morals. The investors are s---ers that will get undermined in the future... read more
Conagra is closing Boomchickapop's Minneapolis headquarters and moving the work to its Chicago and Omaha offices. Packaged foods giant Conagra Brands Inc. bought Angie's Artisan Treats and its popular Boomchickapop popcorn brand in September for $250... read more
ts $8.1 billion cash and stock deal to buy Pinnacle Foods Inc. isn’t sitting well with investors, who drove the food giant’s shares down the most in 1 1/2 years on Wednesday. Some may see the accord as too expensive even as it bolsters Conagra’s... read more
Goodbye Omaha!! The plans for Sean’s waterfront development in Omaha were very strange. They planned tall buildings elsewhere but left the 2 story Conagra buildings in place. Looked absolutely stupid from a property usage level. Prediction: By 2020... read more
I received the letter in late May regarding a class action against Conagra Foods for the two locations in California, I'm seeking the law firms info to contact them. Hoping someone on here has that info, can't find anything online other than article... read more
It seems that Sean’s ego driven push to purchase Pinnacle Foods is following the exact same scenario as our late illustrious CEO Gary Rodkin did with RalCorp. At what cost to Conagra Brand’s employees? Get ready for more layoffs people... read more
A ConAgra Brands Inc. pension plan and two of its administrative committees were hit with a proposed class action in Idaho federal court on Monday claiming that they deducted too much from pensioners' retirement benefits and breached their fiduciary... read more
And Snack Pack Unicorn Pudding is the best idea our Marketing geniuses can come up with? Really???? Seanagra is doomed!!!
So how many layoffs will occur at Sandwich Bros now that Sean has bought them?
I’ve been out of the company for 5 years. Do they still operate an air transportation fleet with their own private aircraft or did Sean get rid of it? How about that fancy hangar in Omaha, is it still used as well? I couldn’t imagine Sean using... read more
Another recall. Kudos to Sean and his leadership team to over achieving again. When will someone buy this company and actually do something positive with it? I feel bad for all the dedicated employees who just want out but can’t because Conagra gave... read more
It is not their lack of experience or their lack of knowledge. It is their attitude. You are not special snowflakes. Nor are you smarter or more clever. College supposedly taught you to think objectively. It failed misersbly.
The news is full of stories of changes companies are being forced to initiate to keep the current college crop of Snowflakes from melting down. Since Sean has a policy of the younger and the cheaper the better, what is your experience with dealing... read more
As somebody said in another thread, they laid off some of the best and most loyal employees, and I'm trying to figure out whose bright idea was that? Who makes these decisions? Is it really all about the money? It's what you earn and not how good you... read more
Do we have any news on layoffs? It's been rather quiet around here lately, so I'm wondering if that's a good thing or a bad thing? The office has been quiet as well on the rumors front, so I'm leaning on the "good" side. I've been known to be wrong... read more
If conagra didn't pay what they do it wouldn't have a workforce it would be a revolving door. But opportunities are taking place everywhere and the available workforce is quitting and going elsewhere. Maybe they should make some crow to sell. They... read more
Só Sean tries to dump the Wesson Brand by selling it to Smucker's. But the FTC slaps his hand and says NO! Time to dump this idiot.!!!
ConAgra trashed the lives of many of it's best workers. But why stop there? Let's screw the entire population of California!!! https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2018/03/lead-paint-toxic-lawsuit-california-house-fidelma-ftizpatrick/ "In January... read more
I was kicked off with the benefit of about five months payment-$35000. Those smart managers trim their team as much as possible, which will secure their positions. There will be no reason to fire them as lower quality and cheaper new guys will need... read more
I am not that sure I am that impressed with Sean’s idea of good companies to aquire.
Anyone else pissed off by how much our benefits are costing us?