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Brands targeted as acquisition candidates likely would be $10 mil.-$50 mil. businesses in the OTC category that are advertising sensitive, Chattem notes during Deutsche Bank Securities Small Cap Growth Conference Feb. 16. The firm states it would stay out of "huge categories with a lot of bigger players." Acquisitions, however, are not a priority for Chattem, as it currently is more interested in licensing new technology for use in skin care and pain relief than buying standalone brands (1"The Tan Sheet" Feb. 6, 2006, p. 6)...

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