Dividend increase puts our stock yield near 3 percent
The General Mills board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of 41 cents per share, payable May 1, 2014, to shareholders of record April 10, 2014. This represents an 8 percent increase from the previous quarterly rate of 38 cents per share.Including the new May quarterly payment, General Mills dividends per share in fiscal 2014 will total $1.55, up 17 percent from the annual dividend of $1.32 paid the previous fiscal year. And at recent stock prices the yield is around 3 percent.
As we approach St. Patrick’s Day, the Lucky Charms team is gearing up for the final weeks the 50-50.That's a 50-day celebration of the 50th year of the brand, and it features a “Where’s Lucky?” game with cool prizes.
General Mills launches Green Giant veg purees (just-food, March 5)
Jus-Rol pastry gets a rock & roll makeover (Little Black Book, March 4)
When big corporations help small farmers (Tuck at Dartmouth, March 4)
Outside Mill City Museum Minneapolis (Loyalty Traveler, March)
Dive into the magical world of Lucky Charms.
Meet LARABAR's Annie Parsons.
Betty Crocker's evolution.
Danny Palmer's amazing cereal portraits.
Two Minnesota agencies announced a study assessing potential presence of underground soil vapors in Minneapolis.
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