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    2. It's Too Soon to Say P&G Turned the Tide

      It's Too Soon to Say P&G Turned the Tide
      (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Procter Gamble Co.'s 2019 outlook is starting to look more attainable. The company behind brands such as Pampers diapers and Dawn dish soap reported Friday that organic sales a figure that excludes MA and currency effects rose a robust 4 percent in the first quarter over a year earlier. That made for PG's strongest growth on this measure in five years...
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    3. GM Joins a Surge of S&P 500 Companies With Boards at Gender Parity

      GM Joins a Surge of S&P 500 Companies With Boards at Gender Parity
      (Bloomberg) -- Its shaping up as a good year for gender parity at the largest U.S. companies -- but theres still a long way to go. Wednesdays appointment of Jami Miscik as a General Motors Co. director brings the number of Standard Poors 500 companies with women in half or more of their board seats to at least 11 this year, from about six at the end of 2017, according to ...
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    4. Sears Adds Board Member with Restructuring Experience as Key Payment Looms

      Sears Adds Board Member with Restructuring Experience as Key Payment Looms
      Sears Holdings has added restructuring expert Alan Carr to its board as the retailer approaches a key debt payment it has already warned it may not meet. Carr is CEO of restructuring advisory firm Drivetrain. In his former role as attorney at law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher Flom, he served as director of reorganized businesses, the Sears release announcing Carr's appointment said...
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    5. P&G Has Little to Show a Year After Investor Face-Off Bloomberg

      P&G Has Little to Show a Year After Investor Face-Off Bloomberg
      (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Last October, it felt like Procter Gamble Co.'s annual meeting might end up being a turning point in the effort to revitalize the company behind brands such as Tide detergent and Crest toothpaste. Activist investor Nelson Peltz had been agitating for a spot on PG's board as he called for a long list of changes, and the consumer-goods giant had spent big money to try secure ...
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    6. Activist Investors are Gearing up for More Battles in the Year Ahead, Taking Aim at Consumer Stocks

      Activist Investors are Gearing up for More Battles in the Year Ahead, Taking Aim at Consumer Stocks
      Wall Street's top activist investors continue to see more opportunity in consumer products than in any other industry even amid multiple high-profile contests at household names like Procter Gamble and Campbell Soup. More Wall Street's top activist investors are raising lots of cash and gearing up for battle over the next year, a new report shows...
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