Just days after Newell Brands reported another decline in quarterly revenue, the company’s board of directors may be looking to replace CEO Michael Polk.
Newell Brands’ Rubbermaid FreshWorks Countertop Food Storage Containers product line made the Time magazine annual list of the “50 Best Inventions.”
Two years after then-Newell Rubbermaid acquired Jarden Corp., three former Jarden executives are reportedly teaming with an activist hedge fund to replace Newell Brands’ CEO Michael Polk and its board of directors, the Wall St. Journal reported on Friday, February 9.
Newell Brands is exploring “strategic options” for several of its divisions that include Rubbermaid outdoor, closet and refuse and several other commercial product categories.
Rubbermaid, a division of Newell Brands, has extended its Brilliance food storage line into pantry storage.
Newell Brands is moving forward with plans to sell about 10% of its product portfolio across a host of segments that includes home environment products and its consumer storage container business.
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