Within the beverage industry, The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) and PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE:PEP) are undisputed worldwide leaders. As such, they offer compelling growth prospects for the long-term. Emerging as a new leader, energy drink company Monster Beverage Corp (NASDAQ:MNST) is also worth a closer look as it could become a global front runner in the years to come. In [...]
Most of our stories about trademark disputes — especially when it comes to anything that even vaguely sounds like the word “monster” — involve companies in two completely different industries, like energy drinks vs. fish tanks, or that same beverage vs. an independent movie, or audio cables vs. deer licks. But what about when that trademark to-do … [More]
Lewis Hamilton took time out of his schedule to watch MotoGP at Le Mans, France on Sunday. The Mercedes driver, who toured the pit lane and met with riders including Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo, was hosted by Monster Energy, a sponsor of the Silver Arrows in F1 and a well-known brand in the top echelon of motorcycle racing.
Energy drinks maker Monster Beverage Corp (NASDAQ:MNST) seems to have lost some of its growth momentum. Investors have always perceived this company as a fantastic growth proposition and have not been disappointed in the past. Monster has returned around 62.5% in share price appreciation over the last two years while the S&P 500 has only returned [...]
Is Monster Losing Its Energy?
By Valuentum: Energy drink producer Monster Beverage (MNST) reported lackluster first quarter results due to lower sales growth and a lack of cost containment. Revenue was well below consensus expectations, growing just 7% year-over-year to $484 million compared to the last several quarters of double-digit revenue growth. Show More Summary
Anyone who saw the 2001 Disney?Pixar hit Monsters, Inc. may have left with a bunch of questions like: "How do monsters get employed in a large corporate energy plant?" and "Why is scaring adorable kids a career that monsters thrive for?" Most normal people probably just wondered, "How did James T. Show More Summary
Energy drink maker Monster Beverage Corp (NASDAQ:MNST) has successfully transitioned from market champagne to radioactive cocktail. As the 26th most-shorted stock on the public markets and with an earnings report only a mother could love, the company is getting pummeled on all fronts. Are the complaints overblown, or is the energy drink gold rush coming to an [...]
Energy drink maker Monster Beverage has successfully transitioned from market champagne to radioactive cocktail. As the 26th most-shorted stock on the public markets and with an earnings report only a mother could love, the company is getting pummeled on all fronts. Show More Summary
By Zacks Investment Research: By Neena Mishra Disappointing results and rising regulatory concerns have led to sharp downward estimates revisions, sending this energy drink company to a Zacks Rank No. 5 (Strong Sell). About the Company With...Show More Summary
Jorge Lorenzo and Yamaha head to France for this weekend's Monster Energy Grand Prix de France. Following a disappointing result at Jerez Jorge Lorenzo where the Spaniard could have finished second he is now looking forward to Le Mans with extra motivation.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Monster Beverage Corp., maker of a popular energy drink, is facing a lawsuit in California (where else?) filed by a San Francisco attorney (who else?) because they're allegedly marketing the beverage to children: In Monday's lawsuit, filed in San Francisco, Mr. Show More Summary
It’s not the motion of the ocean that matters to Lockheed’s Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) power plant, only the temperature of the water. Lockheed Martin announced yesterday that it is partnering with Beijing-based Reignwood...Show More Summary
Monster Beverage is under attack again. San Francisco's city attorney is suing the energy drink maker, alleging that Monster is marketing its caffeinated beverages to children and young teens. Monster and its heavily caffeinated adrenaline-boosting...Show More Summary
The energy drink maker comes under fire for marketing that may be geared to children.
San Francisco’s public attorney has filed a lawsuit against Monster Beverage, the maker of the popular Monster energy drinks, over concerns that the company is targeting its potentially-dangerous products to children as young as six years old in its advertising campaigns. Energy products like Monster have been coming under increasing scrutiny recently as reports of [...]
San Francisco is the latest city to take issue with Monster. In a lawsuit filed against the company Monday, City Attorney Dennis Herrera said Monster Beverage is the "worst offender" of all the energy drinks that target children in their...Show More Summary
Today, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit challenging the "unfair, deceptive, and unlawful business practices" of Monster Energy Drink. [ more › ]