Tempur Sealy International Inc

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    Why did Highbridge Capital buy Tempur Sealy International?

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    Consumer

    Why Einhorn opened a new position in Tempur Sealy International

    Einhorn acquired a small position (0.9%) in Tempur Sealy International Corp in 3Q 2013. Tempur Sealy International posted 111.4% increase in 3Q 2013 net sales.

    By Samantha Nielson
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    Longbow Research Rated Tempur Sealy as a ‘Buy’

    Tempur Sealy International (TPX) has a market cap of $3.6 billion. TPX fell by 0.41% to close at $57.91 per share as of March 15, 2016.

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    Fund Managers

    Tempur Sealy expects to dominate growth in bedding market

    Tempur Sealy expects to dominate growth by increasing operational efficiency and shareholder value in the mattress and bedding market.

    By Adam Rogers
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    Fund Managers

    Tempur Sealy’s business segments and five-year performance

    Tempur Sealy’s business segments include Tempur North America, Tempur International, and Sealy.

    By Adam Rogers
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    Fund Managers

    H Partners tackles Tempur Sealy’s stock underperformance

    H Partners believes Tempur Sealy’s stock has lagged behind its industry peers, claiming TPX has underperformed by more than 75% over the last three years.

    By Adam Rogers
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    Consumer

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