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From acquisitions and divestitures to name changes and new leadership appointments, 2013 was full of memorable moments. This annual list of the top publicly traded consumer goods companies provides a snapshot of organizations that succeeded in upping their growth games.

CGT and sister brand RIS News again join forces to examine how consumer goods companies and retailers are using analytics both individually and collaboratively.

Analytic Growing Pains: Retailers and consumer goods companies struggle to get the right people, governance and technology.

Bridgestone Europe announced a contract with British Telecommunications for new network infrastructure and managed cloud services connecting more than 200 sites across 20 countries.

Consumer goods companies are struggling to keep up with the data-driven market leaders.

Jeffrey Harmening will take over from the retiring Ken Powell next month.

Most recently, the spin off's Chief Innovation Officer served as global vice president, marketing, writing and creative expression GBU at Newell Rubbermaid, Inc.

The announcement builds on more than $1 billion in domestic manufacturing investments from Mars, Inc. over the past five years.

The goal is to drive AR technology that improves performance and efficiency for manufacturers in a variety of functional areas.

Walmart maintains its No. 1 spot on a new list of the best retail brands, and even with a 6 percent decline in brand value it preserves an enormous margin over the next closest brand.

Executives of Mondelez International have outlined the company's long-term growth strategy, as well as detailed its progress on expanding margins through supply chain reinvention and overhead cost-reduction initiatives.

Of the 100 companies featured on a list of top global marketers, 36 are CG companies. The leaders had one big thing in common: They advertise where they see opportunity for growth. These days, that means China.

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