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Prilosec OTC Soothes P&G First Quarter Forecast As Early Shipments Rollout

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Stronger than expected initial orders for Prilosec OTC are responsible in part for Procter & Gamble's increase in its first quarter earnings guidance for fiscal year 2004

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