P&G $57 Bil. Gillette Acquisition Creates 21 Billion-Dollar Brand Portfolio
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryProcter & Gamble will acquire Gillette in a stock transaction valued at $57 bil., creating a consumer products powerhouse with combined sales of over $60 bil. and a portfolio that includes 21 billion-dollar brands, the two firms announced at a news conference in New York City Jan. 28
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