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CalSTRS Director of Corporate Governance, Anne Sheehan, discusses why the retirement system sided with Nelson Peltz in his proxy battle with P&G and their support for other activists.
With Thanksgiving and Black Friday nearly upon us, with 2018 lingering just beyond, it’s time for investors to consider new portfolio additions for December and the year to come.
The 10 most commonly used products in the world are a collection of items that virtually none of us can live without. No matter where one goes in the world, the majority of these products will be found there and will be just as vital to the locals’ lives. Something that became glaring to us […]
An independent review says Peltz is ahead by 0.0016% of the vote. But P&G is awaiting final results so look for challenges and more squabbles.
This weekend's Barron's takes a look at how the holiday outlook has brightened for some retail chains. Other featured articles discuss a long-suffering tech giant finally showing signs of renewed life ...
Just a month ago, Procter & Gamble claimed to have survived a challenge from activist investor Nelson Peltz, saying that its 11-director slate had been victorious in the biggest proxy battle in U.S. history. Last week, a new vote tally showed that Peltz’s Trian Fund Management had won a board seat. P&G reportedly is deciding whether to contest the latest results.
On World Prematurity Day, November 17, Pampers took part in an event hosted at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, celebrating all babies, especially those in the NICU, as part of their #LittlestFighters campaign.
Naming hedge-fund billionaire Nelson Peltz to the Procter & Gamble board will be beneficial to shareholders, CalSTRS' Anne Sheehan said.
Procter & Gamble revealed today the company has acquired Native, a startup competitor that specializes in direct-to-consumer personal care products that are devoid of what some people consider to be harmful chemicals. The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Secret antiperspirant (PG) described Native as one of the fastest-growing deodorant brands in North America. Financial terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, but P&G reportedly paid $100 million in cash. It was P&G's first acquisition in eight years.
Procter & Gamble's management should grow up and take its medicine. For nine months, the US consumer goods company has been battling activist investor Nelson Peltz. He argues that the $226bn group - maker ...
It has been a miserable year for the holding companies that own the world's largest advertising groups, with shares in WPP, Publicis, Omnicom and Interpublic Group all down sharply over the past 12 months. ...
Procter & Gamble shows extreme aversion to adding Mr. Peltz to its board of directors. But management is already taking some of his suggestions to heart.
Wall Street's main indexes rose sharply on Thursday boosted by earnings-related gains in Wal-Mart and Cisco, while a tax bill expected to boost corporate earnings passed its first, if smallest, hurdle. Cisco (CSCO.O) touched $36.67, its highest since February 2001, a day after quarterly profit beat expectations driven by gains from its newer businesses such as security, which more than offset declines in its traditional switches and routers. Cisco shares closed up 5.2 percent at $35.88.
Stocks finish sharply higher on Thursday as positive earnings from Walmart and Cisco give their shares a boost.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz shocked Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE: PG ) investors after his Trian Partners won a vote recount for a board seat on Wednesday by 43,000 votes . P&G acknowledged the victory ...