The Week Ahead: Brands navigate the election and Hershey reports post-Halloween earnings
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Election Day is finally here—whether we’ll know the results anytime soon is another story. Brands, which have been churning out “vote” messages for weeks, will be operating in an uncertain environment until there is a winner.
Beauty brand e.l.f., which has thrived during the pandemic, reports earnings.
The New York Times reports third-quarter earnings. The publisher last quarter posted more digital revenue than print revenue for the first time ever, after adding 669,000 net new digital subscribers.
Hershey Co.’s quarter ended before Halloween, but the company delayed releasing its quarterly report for two weeks longer than usual so that it could share details on how it fared during the candy-centric celebration which, like everything else, was disrupted due to the pandemic. (Rival snack maker Mondelēz International reports its results on Nov. 2)