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Tim Hortons is exactly the type of company we would expect to show steady dividend growth, but there are lesser known firms that deserve a look.
Tim Hortons is exactly the type of company we would expect to show steady dividend growth, but there are lesser known firms that deserve a look.
(Chris Bolin For The Globe and Mail)

Activist Highfields no stranger to Canada (or Tims)

The name Highfields Capital Management, the hedge fund seeking changes at Tim Hortons, doesn’t ring as many bells as Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Capital Management or Dan Loeb’s Third Point Capital, but it’s certainly no lightweight in the activist world.

Nor is it some carpetbagging opportunist poking its head north of the U.S. border simply because it wants to have some fun in a new market.