Nelson Peltz has an interesting ally in his proxy fight against P&G: The company's former chief financial officer.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz has started a proxy fight with P&G.
Cincinnati companies spent $43 million on their boards last year. What did they get in return?
P&G continues to explore ways to reach consumers outside of traditional retail.
The Possible advertising agency is up for a national Addy award for its P&G campaign, Febreze "song ads."
Has the pay gap between the rich and the poor gotten too wide in America?
Amazon has quietly expanded its Prime Now service to Northern Kentucky
Procter & Gamble still struggling for sustainable sales growth.
Kroger was the best local company to leave in 2016, based on the size of their severance checks.
P&G dominated IRI Pacesetters list of the best non-food product launches in 2016.
The Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble accused another company of infringing on the technology behind Crest Whitestrips.
Award-winning P&G ad campaign takes on serious topic in China
Could Procter & Gamble be broken up?
For the second time in five years, an activist hedge fund has acquired a big stake in P&G.