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Numico Uses GNC Earnings Increase As Leverage In Discussions To Sell Unit

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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GNC's improved earnings performance in the second quarter enhances parent company Royal Numico's bargaining position as it discusses selling off the division, the firm says
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