Last month, General Mills shared fourth-quarter earnings and CEO, Ken Powell indicated that he’s seen no sales impact as a result of publicly opposing the Minnesota marriage amendment. I did a quick check of the stock price today and it appears that General Mills is up since the announcement opposing the amendment. While stock price is a short-term sign, engaging and attracting talent will be a much longer-term measure and the company will have the ability to say “we did the right thing” for many years to come.
No Comments by Minnesota for Equality / July 17, 2012 / Posted in: Amendment Opposition, Marriage Equality, Minnesota
- New years update
- Minnesota for Marriage concedes defeat
- Amendment supporters’ streak broken
- A message for Fr. Mike Tegeder
- United for Our Future Rally news coverage
- Victory in all four!
- Blog Milestone: November 8, 2012
- Goodnight, Minnesota
- Vote No Yard Sign
- Minnesota marriage amendment results
- Minnesota Voted NO. Thank you!
- Rybak Tweets Love
- 2:30am update: Vote No declared winner
- 12:04am Update
- Midnight update
- Couple of live tweets
- Polls are now closed
- WCCO readies marriage amendment graphics
- My own little election party
- Minnesota unions urge a NO vote