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Market Cap
459.4T
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Shares Outstanding
2.7B
EX-Date
10/22/14
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Dividend
$2.57
Dividend Yield
2.92%
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procter & gamble co/the (PG) Details

The Procter & Gamble Company, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells branded consumer packaged goods. The company operates through five segments: Beauty; Grooming; Health Care; Fabric Care and Home Care; and Baby, Feminine and Family Care. The Beauty segment offers antiperspirants and deodorants, cosmetics, personal cleansing, skin care, hair care and color, prestige, and professional salon products under the Head & Shoulders, Olay, Pantene, SK-II, and Wella brand names. The Grooming segment provides blades and razors, epilators, pre- and post-shave products, and electronic hair removal devices under the Braun, Fusion, Gillette, Mach3, and Prestobarba brand names. The Health Care segment offers toothbrush, toothpaste, and other oral care products; and gastrointestinal, rapid diagnostics, respiratory, vitamins/minerals/supplements, and other personal health care products. This segment markets its products under the Crest, Oral-B, and Vicks brand names. The Fabric Care and Home Care segment provides laundry additives, fabric enhancers, and laundry detergents; air care, dish care, and surface care products; batteries; and professional products. This segment sells its products under the Ariel, Dawn, Downy, Duracell, Febreze, Gain, and Tide brand names. The Baby, Feminine and Family Care segment offers feminine care and adult incontinence products; baby wipes, diapers, and pants; paper towels, tissues, and toilet papers under the Always, Bounty, Charmin, and Pampers brand names. The company markets its products through mass merchandisers, grocery stores, membership club stores, drug stores, department stores, salons, high-frequency stores, and e-commerce in approximately 180 countries worldwide. The Procter & Gamble Company was founded in 1837 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.

118,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/8/14
Founded in 1837

procter & gamble co/the (PG) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President ...
Total Annual Compensation: $6.4M
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $1.7M
Vice Chairman and Special Advisor To The Chai...
Total Annual Compensation: $2.1M
Head of Over Baby, Feminine and Family Care
Total Annual Compensation: $1.8M
Head of Over Fabric and Home Care
Total Annual Compensation: $1.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

procter & gamble co/the (PG) Key Developments

The Procter & Gamble Company Announces Consolidated Earnings Results for First Quarter Ended Sept. 30, 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for Fiscal Year 2015; Reports Impairment Charge for First Quarter of 2015

The Procter & Gamble Company announced consolidated earnings results for first quarter ended Sept. 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported net sales of $20,792 million, operating income of $2,940 million, earnings from continuing operations before income taxes of $2,823 million, net earnings from continuing operations of $2,003 million or $0.68 per diluted share, net earnings attributable to company of $1,990 million or $0.69 per diluted share, cash generated from operating activities of $3,633 million, capital expenditures of $810 million, core operating income of $4,148 million compared to the net sales of $20,830 million, operating income of $4,120 million, earnings from continuing operations before income taxes of $3,981 million, net earnings from continuing operations of $3,039 million or $1.03 per diluted share, net earnings attributable to company of $3,027 million or $1.04 per diluted share, cash generated from operating activities of $2,044 million, capital expenditures of $725 million, core operating income of $4,185 million for the same quarter a year ago. Core diluted net EPS from continuing operations of $1.07 compared to 1.05 a year ago. The company reiterated its organic sales growth and core earnings per share growth guidance ranges for fiscal year 2015. The company added that the quarterly profile of earnings will be heavily influenced by the variation of foreign exchange impacts from period-to-period. The Company expects significant negative sales and earnings impacts from foreign exchange in the October-December 2014 quarter. The Company continues to expect organic sales growth in the low-to-mid single digit range. Net sales growth is now expected to be in-line to up low single digits versus the prior fiscal year, including a negative two point impact from foreign exchange. The company maintained its outlook for core earnings per share growth in the range of mid-single digits. All-in GAAP diluted net earnings per share are now expected to be down 2% to down 5% versus the prior year, including approximately $0.55 per share of non-core charges, primarily from $0.20 per share of non-core restructuring charges and $0.32 of impairment charges. The company reported goodwill and indefinite-lived intangible asset impairment of $973 million for the first quarter ended September 30, 2014.

P&G Seeks To Sell Duracell Batteries

The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) plans to exit from Duracell Batteries B.V.B.A., probably through a split-off into a separate company. Chief Financial Officer John Moeller said the company had sold or discontinued 11 brands in the latest quarter and 25 in the last five quarters. PG would first sell its interest in a China-based battery joint venture for an undisclosed amount and then exit Duracell completely. PG was looking to split Duracell off into a stand-alone company but would consider alternatives that offer better value to shareholders. Under the split-off, expected in the second half of 2015, P&G shareholders would be able to exchange some, none or all of their stock for shares of Duracell. P&G shares rose about 3%.

Procter & Gamble Announces Executive Changes

Procter & Gamble head of North American operations Melanie Healey will leave the company next year. Considered to be one of five top executives that are front-runners to succeed CEO A.G. Lafley, Healey will retire June 30, 2015. Her departure comes amid broader changes at the company, including the shedding of up to 100 brands. Four other top P&G executives are also departing and several other senior executives have been reassigned to new roles. Retiring executives are: Filippo Passerini, chief information officer and head of global services; Jorge Uribe, global productivity officer; and Joanne Crewes, head of global prestige. Crews is stepping down on Dec. 31, while the other retirements take effect June 30. Also leaving is P&G's top salon professional executive Adil Mehboob-Khan, who has been tapped as eyewear-maker Luxottica's new co-CEO. She is expected to leave Jan. 1. Carolyn Tastad, the global head of customer business development, has been named Healey's successor, effective January 1. A Canadian with 31 years of P&G experience, Tastad was also previously vice president of global market strategy and planning as well as a vice president with P&G's global prestige business. Healey's results made her a strong contender to replace Lafley, but her lack of beauty experience might have held her back from the top spot. P&G's board has also favored CEOs with at least one previous job in Asia, which Healey did not have. With Healey leaving, P&G's top internal contenders to become CEO are the four heads of its business segments: David Taylor, over health and grooming; Deb Henretta, over beauty; Martin Riant, over baby, feminine and family care; and Giovanni Ciserani, over fabric and home care. Lafley, 67, is not expected to leave P&G's corner office for at least a year after P&G announced in August it would shake up its brand portfolio. P&G said several senior executives will assume new roles Jan. 1: Jeff Schomburger, president of the Wal-Mart Team, will replace Tastad as head of customer business development. Patrice Louvet, head of global grooming, has been named group president of global cosmetics, prestige and salon professional, replacing Crewes and Mehboob-Khan. Charlie Pierce, head of oral care and new business creation, has been named group president of global grooming, replacing Louvet. Steve Bishop, head of feminine and family care, has been tapped as group president of oral care, replacing Pierce. Julio Nemeth, senior vice president of product supply and global operations, has been named president of global business services. Linda Clement-Holmes, global information and decision solutions officer, has been named chief information officer.

 

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