P&G Aims To Triple “Breakthrough” Innovations With New Cost Savings
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
During its Nov 15 analyst meeting, Procter & Gamble announces it will continue cutting staff in order to help finance new innovations, with plans to introduce three times more “breakthrough” innovations over the next five years than were achieved in the previous five years.
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