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Why Companies Want Clorox as Much as Consumers Do (If Not More)_Adweek

Why Companies Want Clorox as Much as Consumers Do (If Not More)

By: Paul Hiebert and Ryan Barwick
Source: Adweek
Date of Publication: June 19th, 2020
Working with the trusted brand has become a deeply coveted corporate partnership during the pandemic.
P&G_ To succeed during Covid-19 we must ‘push forward not back’_Marketingweek

P&G: To succeed during Covid-19 we must ‘push forward not back’

By: Molly Fleming
Source: Marketing Week
Date of Publication: June 12th, 2020
P&G is aiming to use the pandemic to build on a strategy that increases productivity and builds long-term success for its brands.
Sanity and Sanitizer | The Story of Purell

Sanity and Sanitizer: The Story of Purell

By: David Owen
Source: Slate
Date of Publication: June 5th, 2020
Story about Purell ran in The New Yorker in 2013. Back then, pandemics weren’t top of mind for most Americans. It turned out the people who make Purell were way ahead of the curve when it came to antiviral hygiene.
COVID-19 Isn’t All Good News for Purell

COVID-19 Isn’t All Good News for Purell

By: Seth Stevenson
Source: Slate
Date of Publication: June 2nd, 2020
Can the company keep up with demand—and maintain its dominance in the hand sanitizer market?
Xerox to Manufacture Hospital-Grade Sanitizer in U.S. and Canada for Frontline Healthcare Workers _ Xerox Newsroom

Xerox to Manufacture Hospital-Grade Sanitizer in U.S. and Canada for Frontline Healthcare Workers

By: Xerox
Source: Xerox
Date of Publication: April 21st, 2020
Xerox Holdings Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is leveraging its manufacturing capabilities and in-house materials expertise to produce approximately 140,000 gallons of hand sanitizer by June 2020, an initiative focused on helping to save lives during the current global health crisis.
Lysol maker warns against internal use of disinfectants after Trump comments.pdf

Lysol maker warns against internal use of disinfectants after Trump comments

By: Lauren Egan
Source: NBC News
Date of Publication: April 24th, 2020
The manufacturer of Lysol, a disinfectant spray and cleaning product, issued a statement warning against any internal use after President Donald Trump suggested that people could get an "injection" of "the disinfectant that knocks (coronavirus) out in a minute."