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Food industry watchers suggest slow-growing giant ConAgra should simplify its structure by splitting off its private-label business from its branded operations.
Privately held DHR International Inc. remains intent on buying CTPartners Executive Search Inc. (CTP), despite the CEO of the target recently turning down an offer valued at $61 million.
The maker of natural and organic food and consumer products wants to double the size of its personal care products portfolio to up to $400 million in sales.
The names likely to end up in acquirers’ shopping carts include Stove Top, Tang and Hidden Valley.
PulsePoint, a venture capital backed provider of software that automates the buying and selling of advertising, is weighing its strategic options, including a sale.
A plethora of bidders will keep multiples high on natural and organic food companies and activity simmering throughout much of the year.
The teen apparel retailer's improved outlook pushed its shares significantly higher, but the move doesn't tell the whole story.
Baltimore-based Under Armour, the burgeoning maker of athletic wear, has acquired two online-based fitness communities for a total of $560 million.
The company trades at a steep discount, despite continued strong performances by its core Ugg and Teva brands and a healthy balance sheet.
Sprint and Amazon are said to be some that are interested in store locations.