Procter & Gamble Beats Back Activist Investor, And Its Existing Brand Strategy Is Safe – For Now

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Nelson Peltz, founding partner of Trian Fund Management, narrowly lost a bid to win a board seat with Procter & Gamble Tuesday following a vote at the company’s shareholder meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. Peltz and his Trian fund are known for waging aggressive proxy battles to obtain public company board positions and then using theirContinue reading »

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