Cindi Bigelow is accustomed to the constant barrage of buyout offers she gets each and every week. “People are calling me, writing me and hunting me down to buy this company,” R.C. Bigelow's co-president told SN. Those that do — and most are private investors — are in for Cindi's typically blunt response: “We are a family company. We have no interest in selling,” she said. The family isn't the least bit curious about the details of acquisition offers, added Eunice Bigelow, Cindi's mother ...
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