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    1. Shares of the company are trading at a forward price-to-earnings multiple of 12. 6X. Also, the dividend yield is also a very attractive 5.26%. 2. A sale or spinoff of the buy segment could cut Nielsen's annual top line almost in half, but the remaining watch business might be easier for management to improve through a tighter focus, ultimately increasing shareholder value.
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Some 95 years ago, in 1923, a company was born bearing the name Nielsen N.V. Since then the company has changed their name to Nielsen Holdings Inc. Headquartered in New York, the companies area of expertise is in information, data and measurement.It operates in over 100 countries and has 44.000 on their payroll.The company has recently hit a low in terms of stock prices, if viewing this year only, and the stock was measured at 22. 36USD. However, there was a peak of 27.42USD in mid March, but time will only tell what lies ahead for them.

1. The company has put in motion a restructuring plan, which has been put in place to try and reduce costs, while simplifying the operations, but seeing as there are a lot of legacy systems, it's proving difficult to leverage next-gen tech. 2. Back in 2018, investors were further unsettled by the announcement that CEO Mitch Barns was going to retire. Changes in high management tends to bring uncertainty and volatility to a stock. If the current CEO does not succeed in restructuring the company properly, the stock could receive further pressure.