Energizer’s Split Creates Personal-Care Acquisition Target – Analysts
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Energizer Holdings will divide into two publicly traded entities in the second half of 2015, splitting its Personal Care and Household Products divisions into separate companies. The new personal-care firm will be a likely takeover candidate, according to analysts.
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