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a commercial bleaching agent

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"Clorox's decision to go above and beyond the requirements of the law is consistent with our pioneering approach to ingredient transparency within our industry," says Clorox chairman and CEO Benno Dorer.
Clorox manufactures and markets consumer and professional products worldwide.
(L-R) Inigo Roces, editor, Manila Bulletin; Paulo Lao, Sales and Marketing Director, Clorox Philippines; Monique Gonzales, Brand Manager, Prestone; Marites Dagdag, General Manager, Clorox Philippines; the nine Anak ng Mekaniko Scholars; Connie Sablay, Executive Director, STI Foundation; Lloyd Bautista, Vice President for Academics; and Byron Medina from Clorox Philippines.
Clorox will pay USD 700m to acquire Nutranext, with the purchase price representing about 3.5 times calendar year 2017 sales.
"( Clorox Disinfecting Wipes have always been a standby of mine because they are so easy to use, especially for a busy new mom, and can be used on so many different surfaces all over your home," the starlet explained.
Last year, Clorox introduced Clorox Disinfecting Wipes with Micro-Scrubbers, which offer one smooth and one textured side for more challenging cleaning, and Triple Action Dust Wipes, designed to trap dust, hair and allergens.
Burbank, CA, March 22, 2016 --( ThinkNow Research is thrilled to congratulate one of their core clients, Clorox, on their win at the 2016 ARF David Ogilvy Awards.
[USPRwire, Mon Mar 14 2016] As a way of promoting the use of bleach, the leading brand Clorox, is suggesting new uses.
TARGET BOARD EXPANDS: Target Corp.'s board of directors has elected Donald Knauss, former executive chairman and former chairman and chief executive officer of Clorox Co., and Robert Edwards, former CEO of Safeway Inc., as new directors.
In response to Clorox's motion that Woodman's had failed to plead a Section 2(e) claim, arguing that "package size" is not a service, Woodman's argued that package size is a service, citing two half-century-old Federal Trade Commission (FTC) administrative rulings.
The second company is Clorox Corp., a multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional cleaning/household products.
Hispanics also often take a three-stage approach to cleaning: they clean, disinfect and aromatize, according to in-house research from The Clorox Co., makers of the Clorox Fraganzia line of cleaning products that debuted in July 2012.
Trademark counsel Adam Brink was thrilled when Laura Stein came on board as general counsel of The Clorox Co.