|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||93.67 - 94.81|
|52 Week Range||70.73 - 94.81|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.51|
|Earnings Date||Jan 21, 2019 - Jan 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.87 (3.09%)|
|1y Target Est||89.22|
If you are currently a shareholder in The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG), or considering investing in the stock, you need to examine how the business generates cash, and how Read More...
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor said the recent disclosure of a plan to revamp management structure isn’t a precursor to breaking up the company.
Procter & Gamble plans to ramp up its products in the so-called natural category by introducing Pure by Gillette shave gel and cream.
Lyndon Park Joins ICR as Managing Director, Head of Governance Advisory Solutions By John Jannarone ICR has hired Lyndon Park, a former executive at BlackRock and Dimensional Fund Advisors, to lead its newly-launched Governance Advisory Solutions practice, the communications and advisory firm announced Thursday. The new group, which ICR established as it hired Mr. Park, […]
David Taylor graduated from Duke University in 1980 before joining the ranks of Procter & Gamble and rising to the role of CEO in 2015.
Institutions like global banks, pension funds, endowments and hedge funds actually move the markets. Individual investors like you and me try to draft behind the whales and feed off of their leftovers. If institutions are favoring large cap tech stocks, they will rise.
The new Tide Eco-Box may be getting a lot of attention for its resemblance to Franzia, but the CEO says it's all about 'superiority.'
Procter & Gamble Co. complained to the National Advertising Division about claims by a rival manufacturer.
Henkel (HNKG_p.DE), owner of consumer brands including Persil detergent and Schwarzkopf shampoo, said it is still working to win back shelf space for its products in the United States after being hit by delivery problems early this year. While Persil and some other brands have since recovered, Henkel lost promotional slots for mid and lower-priced products due to the delivery delays at the start of the year, Chief Executive Hans van Bylen told journalists on Thursday. "We are working with full focus to get growth back in this business," he said, after Henkel reported that sales in North America slipped 0.8 percent in July-September from a year earlier.
Expensive, complex and prone to error — the voting system at US companies’ shareholder meetings would put Broward County , Florida, to shame. Following a debacle at Procter & Gamble last year, when it ...
A new flagship store in New York’s Times Square is the latest attempt to revive Covergirl, a 60-year-old make-up label that is struggling to compete in a market where social media influencers mint new ...
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When the bears have you feeling down, consumer staples can lend some much-needed stability and strength to your portfolio.
Procter & Gamble Co. launched an advertising campaign that's being promoted by recording artist and fitness enthusiast Jordin Sparks.
Like many Americans, I’m hooked on Amazon’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) Alexa-powered devices. Say what you want about Fallon, but the fact that he was on the device shows it is actually a big deal. Amazon is quickly moving a major issuer with the devices and is finally starting to monetize Alexa in a big way.
Over the last few weeks, we have all heard (and seen) the shift investors have made away from growth, financials, energy, and cyclicals to the most exciting of groups, consumer staples. The shift has been not only the consumer staples companies, but who they sell to as well, like McDonald’s. It has been a good move so far. Sell your Apple (AAPL), buy some P&G (PG). And to a certain extent this has made sense. I have been very vocal about the earnings cliff coming for the likes of Apple and Nvidia (NVDA). And, the consumer is doing well – we still have low unemployment and wages are rising. But please remember one big fact. These stocks are companies with revenue, earnings, cash and dividend streams. And all the hiding and reallocating won’t help when the environment changes again, and these companies are just expensive.
For the millions who don’t have time to immediately change and wash their gear after fitness activities, Febreze is launching the #FebrezeYourGear campaign. Simply spray Febreze Fabric Refresher on fitness gear** to safely and effectively clean away workout odors and ensure that gym stinks stay where they belong - at the gym! As part of the #FebrezeYourGear campaign, Febreze just released its new Activity Index*** that found the nation’s top 20 metropolitan areas with the highest activity levels, including San Francisco, Seattle, Minneapolis, Denver, Miami, Los Angeles and New York.
Deborah Majoras, Procter & Gamble Co.’s chief legal officer and secretary, is among three business leaders nominated to join the executive committee of the U.S. Golf Association.
Procter & Gamble Co. stock hit a 52-week high Tuesday, rising to $93.57 before closing slightly lower. The Cincinnati based-maker of consumer goods such as Tide detergent (NYSE: PG) closed at $93.47, up 77 cents – or less than 1 percent – from the previous close of $92.70. Last week Procter & Gamble disclosed its biggest management reorganization since 1999, indicating a willingness “to change anything and everything” to boost results and create value for shareholders, CEO David Taylor said.
The CEO of Procter and Gamble says the consumer giant is better off as one company, as they plot a major reorganization. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi speak with P&G CEO David Taylor.
David Taylor, P&G Chairman and CEO, and Tim Ryan, PWC U.S. chairman, join 'Squawk Box' to discuss CEOs taking action to create diversity in their companies. Taylor discusses P&G's restructuring.
"Halftime Report" traders Jon and Pete Najarian spot unusual activity in shares of Arconic, Procter & Gamble, and Las Vegas Sands.