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Stocks Church & Dwight Co Inc

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    A recent acquisition shows how bedroom novelties have aroused the interest of private equity firm Brookstone Partners.

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  • A federal ruling this week on a patent battle between vibrator makers is latest sign that sex toys have moved from niche industry to big business.

  • With reassurances that the Fed will keep on easing, markets turn their attention to the European Central Bank Thursday, hoping for a rate cut.

  • People receive a free vibrator sex toy which was being distributed by the Trojan condom company from their 'Pleasure Carts' on August 9, 2012 in New York City.

    Toys are a growth segment in the adult industry, with sales topping $15 billion, primarily because of the rise of high-end toys, which couples see as an investment in their love life.

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  • PRINCETON, N.J.-- Church& Dwight said Monday that it completed its acquisition of Avid Health Inc., which makes gummy types of vitamins and supplements, for $650 million in cash. Church& Dwight Co. Inc. makes Arm& Hammer baking soda, Aim toothpaste and other products. Church& Dwight shares rose 19 cents to $54.18 in afternoon trading.

  • With a new stake in P&G billionaire investor Bill Ackman has got to be up to something, but what?

  • It’s entirely possible that investors will have to reconcile conflicting signals across all of earnings season. How do you do it?

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  • The entrance sign to Kimberly-Clark Corporation world headquarters campus in Irving, Texas, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2006. Kimberly-Clark Corp., maker of Kleenex tissues and Scott paper towels, announced Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006 that fourth-quarter earnings tumbled 17 percent as one-time costs cut into profits, offsetting higher revenue. Earnings fell to $371.1 million, or 79 cents per share, from $445.3 million, or 91 cents per share, a year ago. Sales edged up 3 percent to $4.01 billion from $3.9 billio

    These stocks and the underlying companies are thriving, even amid an uncertain stock market and sluggish economy.

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    Apple’s 25 percent salary boost is a classic Apple bit of market leadership, one that makes the company a serious “buy.”

  • Tide

    Procter & Gamble shares fell nearly 3 percent after fourth-quarter earnings and revenue forecasts were lowered. Analyst Joseph Altobello tells CNBC that this appears to be a P&G-specific problem because it is losing market share to competitors.

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  • Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, shows examples of divergence among stocks in the same sector.

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