Joel Beckerman, author of "The Sonic Boom," specializes in sonic branding for major companies. Beckerman also creates the music you hear on "Power Lunch" and CNBC.» Read More
MADISON, Wis.— The Woodman's grocery store chain is suing Clorox Corp., alleging price discrimination. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Madison, Woodman's claims Clorox will only make large packs of products available to warehouse clubs, including Costco and Sam's Club. The lawsuit alleges that Clorox told Woodman's it was changing its...
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