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“Before they launched, "inventors would typically have to find someone to pitch their idea to and it would maybe make it to someone else and then someone else," says Greg Piche, who works in Clorox's innovation group.”
“It's just a strange play by Clorox to buy them since Clorox is mostly in the cleaning market but maybe this is their move into natural products and we'll see Burt's Bees hit it out of the park with some new and natural cleaning products?”
“Bleach manufacturer Clorox is the latest big player to muscle into the naturals market with the acquisition of Burt's Bees for $925m.”
“Why do I feel that ALL our city pols need to be dumped in Clorox all of a sudden?”
“The CEI, in conjuction with Clorox, is completing a report that concludes that bleach is a great weight loss alternative.”
“Icahn is the largest shareholder in Clorox, which is based in Oakland, Calif.”
“So far, no other buyers have stepped up to buy Clorox, which is best known for its namesake bleach.”
“The book also sheds some light on questionable companies trying to create a green image, like the mighty suspicious GreenWorks line, put out by Clorox, which is simultaneously working on a Formula 401-a beefed-up version of 409 that, Hollander quotes, would be illegal in 12 states.”
“Miss Robin assured The Mrs. that she boiled everything in sight and scrubbed all the children's eyes out with Clorox which is what you're supposed to do every time you think your kid could have been exposed to Pink Eye.”
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