P&G TAPS AG LAFLEY FOR TOP SPOT

Alan George “A.G.” Lafley has rejoined Procter & Gamble as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. He succeeds Robert A. “Bob” McDonald, who is retiring from the Company on June 30, 2013, after 33 years of service. McDonald was named ceo in 2009; he joined the company in 1980.

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P&G TAPS AG LAFLEY FOR TOP SPOT

Alan George “A.G.” Lafley has rejoined Procter & Gamble as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. He succeeds Robert A. “Bob” McDonald, who is retiring from the Company on June 30, 2013, after 33 years of service. McDonald was named ceo in 2009; he joined the company in 1980.

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P&G CEO on Giving Back

In this video, Bob McDonald, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Procter & Gamble, discusses the impact of innovation in the evolution of helping others.

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P&G CEO on Giving Back

In this video, Bob McDonald, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Procter & Gamble, discusses the impact of innovation in the evolution of helping others.

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Top 4 Insights from P&G Shareholder Meeting

Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald reassured stockholders during its annual meeting Tuesday morning that investment in the 175-year-old company was as sound as ever. P&G has been under fire for weak performance in developed markets, including the U.S. beauty sector. McDonald highlighted its billion-dollar brand portfolio, its organic growth strategy, financial history, product development and marketing agenda.

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Top 4 Insights from P&G Shareholder Meeting

Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald reassured stockholders during its annual meeting Tuesday morning that investment in the 175-year-old company was as sound as ever. P&G has been under fire for weak performance in developed markets, including the U.S. beauty sector. McDonald highlighted its billion-dollar brand portfolio, its organic growth strategy, financial history, product development and marketing agenda.

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Top 4 Highlights From P&G 4Q Call

In a year of transformation that designated Singapore as its new beauty headquarters and saw the departure of beauty executives Ed Shirley and Virginia Drosos, Procter & Gamble capped fiscal 2012 with fourth quarter net beauty sales down 4% to $4.8 billion. The company said organic sales (which exclude the impact of foreign exchange and acquisitions) rose 1%. Sales in developing markets continued to expand, now representing 40% of P&G’s total revenue, as many developed markets underperformed. To correct slipping sales of Olay and Pantene in the U.S., P&G plans to increase innovation, boost advertising and maintain a vertical approach. “It is still a strategy for us to have a full offering in every category,” said Bob McDonald, P&G’s CEO, speaking on a conference call Friday. P&G executives presented a corporate initiative to accelerate the momentum of new markets and jumpstart the old. Here are four main highlights from the call.

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Top 4 Highlights From P&G 4Q Call

In a year of transformation that designated Singapore as its new beauty headquarters and saw the departure of beauty executives Ed Shirley and Virginia Drosos, Procter & Gamble capped fiscal 2012 with fourth quarter net beauty sales down 4% to $4.8 billion. The company said organic sales (which exclude the impact of foreign exchange and acquisitions) rose 1%. Sales in developing markets continued to expand, now representing 40% of P&G’s total revenue, as many developed markets underperformed. To correct slipping sales of Olay and Pantene in the U.S., P&G plans to increase innovation, boost advertising and maintain a vertical approach. “It is still a strategy for us to have a full offering in every category,” said Bob McDonald, P&G’s CEO, speaking on a conference call Friday. P&G executives presented a corporate initiative to accelerate the momentum of new markets and jumpstart the old. Here are four main highlights from the call.

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