P&G Responds To Changing Market; Streamlining “Not A Fire Sale” – Lafley
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Shareholders at P&G’s annual meeting sought insight into the firm’s plan to divest up to half of its brands over the next two years, but CEO A.G. Lafley offered no details while asserting the soundness of the strategy in terms of focusing the company and reducing costs.
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