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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.

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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's annual roundup of the largest public companies in the consumer goods industry.

CGT’s annual ranking looks at the revenue winners and losers in an increasingly digital industry disrupted by changing consumer demands.

The consumer healthcare market was a hotbed for mega-deals in 2014, beginning with the creation of a consumer healthcare joint venture between Glaxosmithkline and Novartis. With 2013 pro forma revenues of £6.5 billion, the joint venture established the No.

Sponsored by: IBM SAP Strategy&, part of the PwC network 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 ter

These seven consumer goods companies outpaced the competition through equal parts acquisition and innovation.

Coty Inc. has entered into a partnership with Younique, an online peer-to-peer social selling platform in beauty.

An overview of the content published this month as part of CGT's December 2017 issue. Plus, a link to the digital edition.

Deutsche Bank’s Bill Schmitz reveals what drives valuation in consumer goods and analyzes the impact of pivotal market trends.

Consumer confidence was a bit manic in 2012, hitting a five-year high in November and then dropping again in December as consumers doubted an end to the fiscal cliff. The impact of this uncertainty plays out in the results of this annual listing of the top-performing public consumer goods companies.

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.

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