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CGT's annual roundup of the largest public companies in the consumer goods industry.
CGT's 16th annual coverage of the largest public consumer goods companies worldwide includes a deep-dive into recent business and IT-related activity at the 10 largest enterprises.
Commonalities among the 10 most profitable apparel manufacturers on this list (courtesy of sister publication Apparel) point largely to the effective use of shopper-centric technology.
The deal will expand P&G's geographic scale, brand portfolio and category footprint in most of the world’s top 15 OTC markets.
The successful niche brands give SCJ a stronger connection with environmentally friendly consumers.
The beverage company has revamped its senior leadership to support long-term strategic plans.
New initiatives from the two giants are the latest examples of leading CPGs launching or partnering with product incubators to find and foster innovation outside their own four walls.
P&G is billing its new deodorant brand as "the category leader in the direct-to-consumer space."
Two new programs will provide funding and know-how for innovators, entrepreneurs and startup companies in the $100 billion pet care industry.
Nestlé expands its offerings by becoming Starbucks' retail partner; Coca-Cola dives into the category by acquiring UK-based Costa.
The deal continues VF's efforts to reengineer the portfolio to focus on workwear and natural fiber apparel.
Merging the retail and e-commerce functions is one way the classic jeans brand is seeking to refit the company for growth.
Acquisition of five-year-old "ankle biter" Walker & Company further underscores the disruption that the digital age has wreaked on the men's grooming category.
The acquisition of an Australia-based health beverage maker signals Coke's first step into a category that's growing in more ways than one.