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The Clorox Company is a manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products. The Company sells its products primarily through mass retail outlets, grocery outlets; warehouse clubs; dollar stores; home hardware centers; drug, pet and military stores; third-party and owned e-commerce channels; and distributors. The Company operates through four segments: Health and Wellness, Household, Lifestyle and International. The Health and Wellness segment consists of cleaning products, professional products, and vitamins, minerals and supplement products. Its Household segment consists of cat litter products, bags and wraps, and grilling products. Its Lifestyle segment consists of food, natural personal care products, and water-filtration systems. Its International segment consists of products sold outside the United States. It markets various consumer brand names, such as namesake bleach and cleaning products, Pine-Sol cleaners, Liquid-Plumr clog remover and Poett home care products.
Personal & Household Prods.
Matthew J. Shattock
Independent Chairman of the Board
Linda J. Rendle
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Kevin B. Jacobsen
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Eric H. Reynolds
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President
Chief People and Corporate Affairs Officer, Executive Vice President
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Californian pot producer TPCO Holding Corp, better known as Parent Company, beat estimates for quarterly revenue on Monday as demand surged for weed-infused products during the pandemic.
Clorox Co signaled on Tuesday that the pandemic-driven boom in demand for its bleaches, wipes and other surface cleaners was fading due to vaccinations and easing COVID-19 curbs, sending its shares down 12%.
Clorox Co forecast full-year sales below Wall Street estimates on Tuesday, as demand for its bleaches, wipes and other surface cleaners eased off pandemic highs.
Cleaning products company Clorox Co on Friday forecast full-year earnings below estimates and a drop in gross margins, blaming higher manufacturing, commodity and logistics costs.
Clorox Co cut its full-year earnings per share forecast on Friday and forecast a drop in gross margins for the year, due to higher manufacturing, commodity and logistics costs.
Clorox Co will be able to meet the feverish demand for its disinfectants by summer, when it expects to ship 2 million disinfecting products per day, the company's chief growth officer told Reuters on Thursday.
Clorox Co said it expects flat sales growth in the back half of the year and a slight decline in margins even as it raised its full-year forecasts on Thursday, banking on households to keep up their heightened cleaning regimens during the pandemic.
Clorox Co raised its full-year sales forecast on Thursday, as households kept up their heightened cleaning regimen with COVID-19 cases surging in the United States, boosting sales of its disinfecting products.
Clorox Co <CLX.N> reported its strongest quarterly sales growth in more than two decades on Monday and raised its full-year revenue forecast as coronavirus-driven hygiene needs escalated demand for everything from its disinfectants to water filters.
Clorox Co raised its full-year sales forecast on Monday, as the bleach maker benefits from a sustained boom in demand for its disinfectants and other cleaning products due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grocery shelves won't be fully stocked with Clorox's disinfecting wipes until next year, CEO Benno Dorer told Reuters, as the world's biggest cleaning products maker struggles with overwhelming pandemic-led demand for its top product.
Grocery shelves won't be fully stocked with Clorox's disinfecting wipes until next year, CEO Benno Dorer told Reuters on Monday, as the world's biggest cleaning products maker struggles with overwhelming pandemic-led demand for its top product.
Clorox Co <CLX.N> on Monday named longtime executive Linda Rendle its new chief executive officer, and reported quarterly earnings that beat estimates as the COVID-19 pandemic had people rushing to buy its bleaches and disinfectants.
Clorox Co beat market estimates for quarterly net sales on Monday, as U.S. households spent more on disinfectant and other cleaning products due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JetBlue Airways Corp said on Wednesday it will continue blocking seats on its aircraft through at least July 6, while United Airlines Holdings Inc said it had teamed up with Clorox Co and Cleveland Clinic medical experts to advise on new cleaning and safety protocols.
Clorox Co <CLX.N> posted its biggest rise in quarterly sales in a decade and raised its annual forecast on Friday as it reaped the benefits of unprecedented demand for disinfectants and bleach during the COVID-19 pandemic, sending its shares up.
Clorox Co posted its biggest rise in quarterly sales in a decade and raised its annual forecast on Friday as it reaped the benefits of soaring demand for bleach and other disinfectants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clorox Co raised its annual forecast and reported a 15% rise in quarterly sales on Friday as people bought more bleach and other disinfectants because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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