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Atlantic thrift

1 September 2017 By Carol Ryan

Companies like Nestlé and Danone spend twice as much on marketing than U.S. peers relative to sales. They defend such profligacy by pointing to superior revenue growth. True, sales are better, but not by much. With activists circling, plump ad budgets are ripe for cuts.

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