Three out of 10 families that use Children's Hospital's health clinic have trouble getting enough food on a monthly basis, posing an acute danger to newborns and babies.
CINCINNATI - Procter and Gamble has agreed to settle a class-action diaper lawsuit.
The plaintiffs complained that Pampers' Dry Max caused diaper rash and other skin problems on children.
Under the settlement Procter and Gamble will pay $1,000 to the 59 plaintiffs in the class action.
The company will also have to pay $2.7 million in legal fees and another $400,000 will be paid to fund training programs in pediatric skin care.
9 News and WCPO.com will have more information on this case at 5 p.m.
A.G. Lafley got a hero's welcome last May when he returned to the CEO post at Procter & Gamble Co. But investors are increasingly skeptical of his plans for restoring profit and revenue growth.
Procter & Gamble has been tight-lipped about plans for entering a new product category. But speculation is increasing that adult incontinence is the category and the Always brand is the launch vehicle.
From Soap Operas to Ivory's 99 and 44/100 percent purity, Procter & Gamble has always been about the big idea. Female empowerment could be the next one.
A Wall Street analyst predicts the company will enter the adult incontinence market as its next new category.
Those who worked with Bob McDonald call him the perfect choice to run the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs
Procter & Gamble Co. could soon lose patent protections on Crest Whitestrips. That would be bad for P&G's bottom line but good for consumers.
Median pay for Cincinnati CEOs increased 12.5 percent to $2.6 million in 2013, in line with national trends. At most local companies, shareholders did much better than that.
Olympians visit Procter & Gamble for Puffs product launch.
P&G told analysts this week that it's interested in adding to its over-the-counter medicine brands. One analyst thinks the company could make a run at Merck & Co. brands.