CNBC: Goya mulls pos­si­ble $3B sale

The News-Times - - BUSINESS -

The Latin Amer­i­can food maker Goya has hired Gold­man Sachs to reach out to pri­vate equity in­vestors and cor­po­ra­tions for pos­si­ble a pos­si­ble sale, ac­cord­ing to a CNBC re­port cit­ing mul­ti­ple sources, with the com­pany deny­ing any plans to so­licit buy­ers. Founded in 1936 and named in honor of the artist Fran­cisco Goya, the Se­cau­cus, N.J.-based com­pany re­mains fam­ily-owned to­day un­der the lead­er­ship of CEO Robert Unanue.

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