NEW YORK— Spice maker McCormick& Co. on Tuesday said Lawrence E. Kurzius will succeed Alan D. Wilson as the company's CEO effective in February. Sparks, Maryland- based McCormick has $42 billion in annual sales and makes spices, seasoning mixes and condiments. McCormick shares were steady at $85.92 in premarket trading about an hour before the market open.» Read More
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