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Farewell InSinkErator, What's Next for ComRes?

Seeing this news was far from a surprise, but what else could this be the start of? Becoming a tech-focused company will surely include more changes - curious what others think. Will it be a split, more sell-offs, restructuring, all of the above or something else?

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/whirlpool-corporation-announces-acquisition-of-insinkerator-301601265.html

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If they sell off ComRes, do we still keep the layers of bureaucracy in St. Louis?

Or do we keep them to manage the digital transformation?

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Post ID: @6nqz+1i8dKVos

They will keep selling, who is gonna buy Copeland?

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Post ID: @1uex+1i8dKVos

Won't a bunch of unrelated businesses take forever to sell unless they have a couple buyers for all of it or something?

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Post ID: @1sui+1i8dKVos

JF was put over comres to sell it; they will keep selling businesses fast now bc the market for companies that lal wants to buy is cheaper for the first time in 5 years.

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Post ID: @del+1i8dKVos

A sell off as Lal stated in his fortune interview. ComRes won't exist much longer.

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Post ID: @eyc+1i8dKVos

150M in restructuring costs for 2022 of which only about 50M has been done so far.

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