- American City Business Journals•9 hours ago
Duracell will close its 430-employee AA battery plant in Lancaster over the coming three years, eliminating one of that county’s largest private employers. The move comes about five months after Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought the Connecticut-based company from Procter & Gamble (PG). Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis says the decision means Duracell will leave the county after 35 years of making batteries in the community.
- The Wall Street Journal•yesterday
Hans Van Bylen, the new CEO of Germany’s Henkel, a maker of industrial and household staples including detergent and glue, faces the challenge of maintaining the growth pace set by his predecessor without ...
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