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.
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Competition in the consumer goods industry remains fierce — with the major players struggling to balance the need to improve shareholder value in the near term with the desire to invest in strategic growth in the long term
When it comes to the health of the consumer goods market, is the glass half full or half empty? According to the results of the 2010 Consumer Goods Registry, which ranks the top 100 public companies according to 2009 annual revenues, both viewpoints are correct.
The annual top 100 list included in our annual Consumer Goods Registry ranks the top-performing public companies by revenue. Where does your company rank? Plus, Wall Street analysts assess and predict market trends in Packaged Goods and Food.
Overall, the economy still wasn't looking pretty in 2010, but it wasn't completely ugly either. Most of the consumer goods companies on CGT's Top 100 list made modest sales gains. A few leapfrogged the competition. Yet, many others were still fighting an uphill battle.