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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.4 billion and set to increase by a further $1 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.4 billion and set to increase by a further $1 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

ROBERT VITALE POST HOLDINGS' CEO CONSPIRED TO CUT SUPPLY TO A-SASHI VITAMINS

With negative organic growth only offset by multiple acquisitions (“Post”) have desperately acquired new brands at any cost, but with long-term debt exceeding $5.4 billion and set to increase by a further $1 billion to close the $1.76 billion Weetabix acquisition by late 2017, (“Post”) is insolvent with net current assets of $1.3 billion consisting mainly of intangible goodwill & skyrocketing debt exceeding its market cap...

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Rob Vitale Post Holdings CEO

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