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P&G reports $2.5B profit, details tax reform benefits

The results are the first reported by P&G since it settled its months-long proxy fight with hedge fund investor Nelson Peltz.        

No Mas: P&G-Peltz Battle Ends in Concession

Activist investor Nelson Peltz lost the proxy battle, but he won the activist war.

P&G appoints Peltz to board despite losing proxy battle

Procter & Gamble Co said it appointed Nelson Peltz to its board despite the activist investor narrowly losing a months-long proxy fight, the biggest ever involving a U.S. company. Immediately after its annual meeting in mid-October,Show More Summary

Procter & Gamble agrees to add activist investor to board

Procter & Gamble is adding Nelson Peltz to its board of directors, ending a proxy battle with the activist investor who has been seeking to shake up the consumer products … Click to Continue »

Frenemies Forever! P&G Adds Trian’s Peltz to Board

The consumer products giant appointed Trian Fund Management's Nelson Peltz to its board Friday.

Nelson Peltz Appointed to P.&G. Board, After All

Mr. Peltz, an activist investor who has sought the seat since July, will also be nominated to the board during next year’s annual meeting, the company said

Proctor & Gamble Concedes Proxy Fight, Names Nelson Peltz To Board

Two months after narrowly losing a proxy vote that would have granted him a seat on Proctor & Gamble’s board, Trian’s Nelson Peltz has somehow managed to win a crucial battle in the largest and most expensive corporate proxy battle in...Show More Summary

P&G agrees to add hedge fund investor Nelson Peltz to board

The activist investor asked P&G shareholders to elect him to advocate for a faster company turnaround.        

DealBook Briefing: Nelson Peltz’s Trian Pushes Back as P.&G. Reviews Vote

Trian Fund Management accused Procter & Gamble of wasting shareholder money contesting a tally that showed Mr. Peltz narrowly winning a board seat.

After a Recount of Procter & Gamble’s Contentious Proxy Vote, Activist Investor Nelson Peltz May Get His Way

Activist investor Nelson Peltz, founding partner of hedge fund Trian Partners, may actually be victorious in his proxy battle with Procter & Gamble after all. Following an audit of the proxy votes by IVS Associates, the company has found that Peltz may have won the vote by a 0.0016 percent margin of shares (or roughly...

The Hanging Chads Point In Nelson Peltz’s Direction

We’ve got a real nailbiter as Peltz and Procter & Gamble move into the vote interpretation stage of the proxy contest.

Take That: Trian Triumphs Over P&G

P&G's stock is rising after a proxy vote recount showed that Nelson Peltz won a seat on the company's board by a narrow margin.

Opening Bell: 11.16.17

Nelson Peltz wins recount (maybe); Wilbur Ross sued by former partners; Stephen Feinberg is gunning for Deutsche Bank; hot cop-on-cop action in Detroit; and more.

Activist investor Nelson Peltz claims win in P&G recount

Activist investor Nelson Peltz says that an independent vote count shows he actually won election to Procter & Gamble's board of directors in contrast to what the company announced last … Click to Continue »

The Closest Election in History?

Nelson Peltz has just won election to the board of Procter & Gamble by a margin of 50.001 percent to 49.999 percent. Is this the closest election ever in corporate history? Or in the history of elections altogether?

P&G Shares Jump After Nelson Peltz Wins Proxy Vote Recount

Almost a month after P&G claimed that activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Partners lost the 'too-close-to-call' proxy vote, the independent inspector has adjudged the recount in favor of Trian by 43,000 votes, according to CNBC'sShow More Summary

It looks like Nelson Peltz might have won the biggest proxy battle in history after a recount (PG)

Nelson Peltz appears to have won his proxy battle for a seat on Procter & Gamble's board. In October, Peltz was initially reported to have lost the proxy vote by a slim margin. Now, a recount shows Peltz actually won by 43,000 votesShow More Summary

Is P&G's slow and steady improvement enough?

The consumer products giant's first-quarter results were released 10 days after the company narrowly beat back a proxy challenge from Nelson Peltz.        

Does P&G's $2.9B profit signal faster turnaround?

The consumer products giant's first-quarter results were released 10 days after the company narrowly beat back a proxy challenge from Nelson Peltz.        

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