Top Companies Report

14. Church & Dwight Co.

July 11, 2011

Princeton, NJ

609.683.5900

www.churchdwight.com

Sales: $2.1 billion


Sales:

$2.1 billion for household, personal care and oral care products. Corporate sales: $2.5 billion. Net income: $270 million.


Key Personnel:

James R. Craigie, chairman and chief executive officer; Jacquelin J. Brova, executive vice president, human resources; Mark G. Conish, executive vice president, global operations; Steven P. Cugine, executive vice president, global new products innovation; Matthew T. Farrell, executive vice president and chief financial officer; Bruce F. Fleming, executive vice president and chief marketing officer; Susan E. Goldy, Esq., executive vice president, general counsel and secretary; Adrian J. Huns, executive vice president, president international consumer products; Joseph A. Sipia Jr., executive vice president, president specialty products division; Paul A. Siracusa, Ph.D., executive vice president, global research and development; Louis H. Tursi Jr., executive vice president, domestic consumer sales.


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Major Products:

Household—Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, Arm & Hammer Fridge Fresh, Arm & Hammer Clumping Litter, Arm & Hammer Clean Shower, Arm & Hammer Scrub Free, Orange Glo Wood cleaners, Kaboom Scrub Free! Continuous Toilet Cleaning System, Kaboom Ultra Scrub, Kaboom Shower, Tub & Tile Cleaner, Arm & Hammer liquid laundry detergent, powder laundry detergents, Fresh ‘n Soft fabric softener sheets and liquid fabric softener, Arm & Hammer Essentials liquid laundry detergent and fabric softener sheets, Arm & Hammer Wet Dryer clothes, Arm & Hammer with OxiClean detergent, OxiClean laundry stain remover, OxiClean versatile stain remover, OxiClean baby stain soaker, OxiClean baby stain remover, OxiClean Max Force laundry stain remover, Xtra liquid laundry detergent; Parson’s Ammonia, Cameo. Personal Care—Arm & Hammer toothpaste, Arm & Hammer Spinbrush, Pepsodent, Aim, Close Up, Pearl Drops, Rigident, Arrid, Arm & Hammer Ultramax, Lady’s Choice deodorants, Nair, Nair Wax, Orajel.

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