Procter & Gamble annual meeting much quieter than last year's proxy fight. But that doesn't mean shareholders are happy.
This is no joke.
Some of its best retail partners are P&G's fastest growing rivals
P&G fell short of Wall Street expectations on sales growth. Now, it's raising prices.
P&G rivals point to rough climate for consumer-product companies
What will be the local impact from trade wars? Local bosses aren't sure.
P&G was already in a hard place. Canada tossed it a rock.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz touted P&G realignment at a New York media event.
Cincinnati companies are searching for deals. And that's probably a good thing.
P&G expands health care portfolio with a $4.2 billion acquisition.
Procter & Gamble Co. shares dipped to a two-year low last week. What now?
The last major piece of P&G's North American supply chain restructuring will cost Kansas City and Iowa City hundreds of jobs.
Will P&G be shifting its strategy?
Nelson Peltz says P&G is squandering shareholder's money with election review.
How does a 6 million vote lead turn into 43,000 vote deficit?