Corporate Restructuring - Changing ownership may help regenerate orphan brands, say consumer goods experts. There will be plenty of opportunity to test the thesis, as a result of three recent sell-offs -- Pfizer's sale of its razor blade and chewing gum units, both distant No. 2s in their markets, and Flower Foods' sale of no-growth Mrs. Smith's frozen desserts. The new owners may have more ...
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