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Perrigo Expanding Consumer Portfolio After Finding Problems Slowing Growth

Executive Summary

"Probably the worst offense" among Perrigo's problems is that before appointing President and CEO Murray Kessler in November, it had three CEOs since 2016, making him the fourth chief executive in three years, says Kessler. Perrigo's move to a self-care focus means "a broader emphasis on the wellness component of health and wellness" and opening its portfolio of products and categories to areas including nutraceuticals, oral care, probiotics, therapeutic skin care products and others.

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