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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Randy Hogan, chairman and CEO of Pentair (PNR) , which earlier this week announced that it's splitting into a water company and an electrical company. Shares of Pentair are up 8% over the past six months.
Hogan said that Pentair has made a number of acquisitions and divestitures over the years, all with the goal of improving their product portfolio. All of that activity, however, has made the company complicated, he said, and during the oil and gas downturn, their valve business was hit particularly hard.
That's why Pentair ultimately sold their valve business, Hogan said, and why they're now looking to spin off their electric assets and focus on water quality and sustainability. He said that both sides Pentair are profitable and viable.
Cramer said that Pentair has been, and still is, a winner that he's sticking with.
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