|Bid||94.22 x 100|
|Ask||94.38 x 500|
|Day's Range||93.83 - 94.67|
|52 Week Range||81.18 - 94.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.88|
|Dividend & Yield||2.76 (2.96%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
A Procter & Gamble scientist won’t be charged in the death of her young daughter, who was inadvertently left in a hot car in a company parking lot during a work shift in Mason last month, the Warren County prosecutor said Sept. 20. Karen Osorio, 35, a senior scientist for the Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Oral-B toothbrushes (PG), discovered after completing her shift Aug. 23 that her 15-month-old daughter, Sofia Aveiro, was dead in the car. “She forgot that she had not dropped Sofia off at day care,” Prosecutor David Fornshell said.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz today urged Procter & Gamble employees, retirees and alumni to vote for his election to the board so he can shake up the company. The New York hedge fund manager insisted he knows best how to boost the value of stock in the Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Tide detergent (PG), which Peltz stated in a letter would be in the best interest of the people who work for or have been employed by P&G. “The company chose to fund many of your retirement plans with P&G stock, but many employees and retirees are suffering because P&G’s shares have underperformed for so long,” wrote Peltz, who has acquired $3.5 billion worth of Procter & Gamble stock since November as CEO of Trian Fund Management.