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Aug 04, 2017 - A new Procter & Gamble commercial that focuses on race relations has generated more than 7 million views on the internet in recent days, and that number likely will soar even before the ad begins airing on national television next week.
The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Pampers diapers (NYSE: PG) generated a buzz on social media with the 2-minute ad, which is titled “The Talk.”
No P&G brands are mentioned or shown. Instead, the commercial features vignettes in which actors…
Aug 03, 2017 - Procter & Gamble expects the proxy battle with activist investor Nelson Peltz to cost the company $35 million, and another $25 million will be spent on the effort by Trian Fund Management to try to win Peltz a seat on P&G’s board.
The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Tide detergent (NYSE: PG) has already spent nearly $1 million on the proxy contest, and the cost is expected to rise leading up to the annual meeting in October at which shareholders will vote on whether to make Trian’s…
Aug 02, 2017 - Mayor John Cranley lambasted Cincinnati City Council members Wednesday after three members did not show up for a vote on a major expansion of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Avondale – but one hit back.
Aug 02, 2017 - A few key points from P&G's latest quarterly earnings call.
Aug 02, 2017 - Procter and Gamble unveils a new packaging design for plastic tubs of Tide Pods, which is intended to reduce the likelihood that children will be poisoned by swallowing laundry detergent packets that resemble colorful candy. A multimedia advertising campaign is also planned.
Aug 01, 2017 - Procter and Gamble engaged competitor Kimberly-Clark in a dispute over advertising adult incontinence underwear.
Aug 01, 2017 - Procter and Gamble CEO David Taylor today urged shareholders to vote against giving a board seat to activist investor Nelson Peltz, who wants to shake up the consumer goods company to boost the value of stock.
Jul 31, 2017 - Procter & Gamble agreed to discontinue some advertising claims related to its Febreze air freshener brand following a complaint by a competitor.
Jul 31, 2017 - Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor received $18 million in compensation in the recently ended 2016-17 fiscal year, a 25 percent increase from $14.4 million in the previous year, the consumer goods company revealed today.
Other top executives at the Cincinnati-based maker of brands such as Tide detergent and Crest toothpaste (NYSE: PG) also got raises in the fiscal year that ended June 30, including CFO Jon Moeller.
Moeller’s total compensation was just over $8 million, an increase of more than…
Jul 30, 2017 - A groundbreaking new technology may finally be able to recycle one of the world’s most used — and difficult to reuse — plastics.
PureCycle Technologies says it has developed the world’s first recycling method to restore polypropylene, a widely-used plastic that can’t be recycled today on a mass scale.
The technology, first developed at Proctor & Gamble (NYSE: PG), can restore polypropylene to a “virgin-like” quality, and divert tens of millions of polypropylene produced each year…