M&A Market Heating Up As Economy “Stagnates,” C&D's Craigie Says
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Church & Dwight CEO Jim Craigie told analysts at the Goldman Sachs Consumer Products Symposium that as the economy continues to “stagnate,” a crop of new acquisition opportunities will arise in the consumer packaged goods arena.
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