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Tyson Foods CEO Banks leaving company; King named successor

Tyson Foods President and CEO Dean Banks is leaving the company for personal reasons, he said Wednesday Banks was immediately succeeded by Donnie King King is a 36-year veteran of the company who most recently served as its COO Now, King must contend with declining employee attendance and ongoing pandemic issues

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Tyson Foods CEO Banks leaving company; King named successor

Tyson Foods CEO steps down, operating chief Donnie King takes helm

(Reuters) - Tyson Foods Inc said on Wednesday Chief Executive Officer Dean Banks is leaving the company due to personal reasons and will be succeeded by Chief Operating Officer Donnie King.

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Tyson Foods CEO steps down, operating chief Donnie King takes helm

Tyson raising pay to keep up as US chicken demand soars

Tyson Foods says it’s raising wages to combat absenteeism and worker turnover at its plants as U.S. demand for chicken soars Tyson Foods says it’s raising wages to combat absenteeism and worker turnover at its plants as U.S. demand for chicken soars.The Springdale, Arkansas-based company, which processes 20% of U.S. beef, chicken and pork, said Monday that absentee rates are around 50% higher than they were before the pandemic.

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Tyson raising pay to keep up as US chicken demand soars

Don't count chickens before they hatch: Tyson bet on wrong rooster

Tyson Foods (TSN.N) is laying off a certain type of rooster from its U.S. chicken business after a surprising discovery that eggs fertilized by the male bird hatch less often, resulting in fewer chickens.The world's largest meat producer by sales will install a replacement across its breeding program by this fall to boost production, Donnie King, president of Tyson's poultry business, said on Monday.

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Don't count chickens before they hatch: Tyson bet on wrong rooster

Tyson Foods to invest $48 million in poultry expansion in Pine Bluff

Tyson Foods plans to invest $48 million in its poultry operation in Pine Bluff.Company officials say nearly 70 jobs will be created by the project, which is expected to be complete by late 2021.“The demand for convenient, high-quality chicken products continues to grow and we’re investing in projects that meet the needs of our customers and consumers,” said Donnie King, chief operating officer for Tyson Foods.

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Tyson Foods to invest $48 million in poultry expansion in Pine Bluff