- The Wall Street Journal•2 days ago
A Procter & Gamble Co. incentive program with some unconventional measures meant extra cash for top executives after year in which the company missed sales and profit growth targets.
- American City Business Journals•2 days ago
New CEO David Taylor received $14.4 million in compensation in the recently ended fiscal 2015-16 year, more than doubling his pay from the previous year when he was a global president, Procter & Gamble Co. revealed today. Taylor earned $6.1 million in fiscal 2014-15 as group president for Global Beauty, Grooming and Health Care at of the Cincinnati-based maker of consumer products such as Olay skin care (PG), so his new role as chief executive boosted his total compensation by 136 percent. Taylor’s compensation on a daily basis was more than $39,500, or $4,900 an hour if he worked just an eight-hour day.
The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)
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