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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer welcomed Benno Dorer, chairman and CEO of Clorox (CLX) , the household products maker that just posted a strong quarter with a four-cents-a-share earnings beat on a 2.9% rise in revenues.

Dorer started off by saying that employee engagement directly correlates with performance and he's delighted that his team feels empowered to take risks and to innovate. Clorox remains intensely focused on their consumers, providing differentiated brands and products that all offer sharp value.

When asked about online sales, Dorer explained that Clorox continues to invest in online advertising. Digital still only represents 4% of sales, but is growing fast, he noted.

Dorer also sees lots of opportunity in their Renew Life natural health brand, which the company acquired a year ago. He said that segment remains fragmented and has plenty of growth ahead of it.

Shares of Clorox closed up more than 2% today.

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