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P&G Slashes Guidance, Promises Sharper Focus, Bigger Innovations

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

P&G will launch “bigger” products, pursue a more balanced growth objective, firm says during investor conference June 20, the same day the firm’s stock slipped on slashed guidance for the fourth quarter and fiscal year.

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