Why Aureus CEO Firestone thinks 3M would be ‘natural to breakup’ following J&J, GE

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Why Aureus CEO Firestone thinks 3M would be ‘natural to breakup’ following J&J, GE” – below is their description.

Karen Firestone, chairman and CEO of Aureus Asset Management, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss General Electric and Johnson & Johnson’s planned splits. Firestone also breaks down which companies could be next.

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