Procter & Gamble Co. Chief Executive Officer A.G. Lafley, under pressure to revive the consumer- products giant, may have a willing buyer for its Iams pet-food unit in Meow Mix maker Del Monte Foods Co.
Six years ago, the University of Cincinnati unveiled what it called an “unusual consortium” between its students, faculty and corporations, including Procter & Gamble Co., the consumer-product giant headquartered nearby. The group’s goal: to research and develop product ideas for consumers age 50 and over.
Procter & Gamble Co., the world’s largest consumer-products company, may report third-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates, boosted by growth in emerging markets and a drop in raw material costs.
Procter & Gamble Co. is replacing Chief Executive Officer Bob McDonald with his predecessor, A.G. Lafley, as the world’s largest consumer-products maker struggles to rekindle growth at home and abroad.
Three women are browsing a farmer’s market in search of an eco-friendly gift for what they call a “greener than thou” friend. It’s a tall order. As one of the shoppers puts it, “Her family re-uses dental floss.”