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Actionable information to help consumer goods companies develop better go-to-market business strategies. Topics include mergers & acquisitions (M&A), personnel moves, e-commerce, omnichanel, digital transformation, direct-to-consumer selling (DTC), internal alignment and competitive response

Coty Preps for Potential Sale of its Professional Beauty Unit

Coty Preps for Potential Sale of its Professional Beauty Unit

Coty is weighing the sale of the unit, which owns brands including Wella, as part of the CEO’s plan to turn around the wider business by boosting margins and reducing leverage.

Kronos and Ultimate Software to Merge

Kronos Incorporated and Ultimate Software have entered into a definitive merger agreement to form one of the world’s largest cloud companies.

The apparel and footwear company’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Feb. 14 reports it plans to raise $100 million in common stock.

Calling 2019 a “very difficult year” for the company, CEO Miguel Patricio said Kraft Heinz is now seeing the beginning of stabilization.

Nielsen Holdings is bolstering its executive ranks with a trio of appointments, including the addition of Sean Cohan from A+E Networks.

Newly Formed Company Bosch.IO Focused on IoT and Digital

Bosch has consolidated its activities centered on the internet of things in a new subsidiary, containing more than 900 employees focused on retail, manufacturing and consumer goods, among other sectors.

Dairy Farmers of America will acquire 44 of the Dean Foods’ fluid and frozen facilities in a stalking horse bid, as well as the real estate, inventory, equipment, and all other assets necessary to operate them.

3M is restructuring its organization in a move that reduces approximately 1,500 positions, spanning all business groups, functions and geographies.

The new role will have oversight over the company's digital transformation efforts and building new capabilities to advance innovation and speed to market.

After 15 years, James V. Stammer is stepping down to pursue other interests.

Anheuser Busch InBev Boosts Service Process in Brewery Support Locations

Anheuser Busch InBev is equipping three of its Zone Brewery Support locations with XMReality’s remote guidance in order to further improve technical support throughout its global breweries.

Global pharmaceutical and healthcare company GSK is undertaking a two-year plan to split itself in two.

Harry’s Co-founders express disappointment in the agency’s decision to stop the potential $1.37 billion merger for the consumer shaving space.

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