Developed markets may be teetering on recession, but demand for surfactants remains steady. In fact, demand is downright buoyant in countries such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and the rest of Southeast Asia. Read More »
Planet Clean is an eco-friendly product from McBride.
19. McBride Plc
Sales: $1.2 billion
Chris Bull, chief executive officer; Richard Armitage, group finance di… Read More »
Sales: $1.8 billion
Suk Cha, chief executive officer, LG Household & Healthcare.
Household—laundry and dishwashing detergents, fabric softener and kitchen cleaner… Read More »
Sales: $9.5 billion
Motoki Ozaki, representative director, president and chief executive officer; Takuo Goto, representative director, senior executive vice president, global production and engineering… Read More »
San Francisco, CA
Sales: $110 million
$110 million (estimated).
Drew Fraze, chief executive officer; Adam Lowry, co-founder and chief greenskeeper; Eric Rya… Read More »
Sales: $118 million
Stephen H. Swigart, president and chairman of the board; John Swigart, executive vice president; Greg Ford, vice pr… Read More »
$140 million (estimated).
Mark Landry, chief executive officer and president.
Detergents&mdas… Read More »
Sales: $150 million
$150 million (estimated).
Peter Graham, chairman; John Replogle, chief executive officer and president.
Cleanin… Read More »
Sales: $568 million
$568 million. Net income: $13 million for the year ended Aug. 31, 2010.
John K. Morgan, chairman, president and chief executive officer; Mark R. Ba… Read More »
Sales: $2.1 billion
$2.1 billion for household, personal care and oral care products. Corporate sales: $2.5 billion. Net income: $270 million.
James R. Craigie… Read More »
Sales: $8.8 billion
$8.8 billion (estimated) for the year ended June 30, 2010. But that total includes sales for food management.
H. Fisk Johnson, chairman and chie… Read More »
Sales: $64.6 billion
$64.6 billion (estimated) for personal care, oral care and household products. Net sales: $78.9 billion. Net income: $12.7 billion for the year ended June 30, 2010.… Read More »
When the Great Recession was raging, consumers began to pull back from making green purchases. Industry observers insist that these shoppers are coming back, but who gets to decide what's green and what isn't? Read More »