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Procter & Gamble fought ferociously for most of 2017 to keep activist investor Nelson Peltz off its board, in the most expensive proxy battle in corporate history. Though Peltz lost by a minuscule margin, P&G eventually acknowledged the broad support he enjoyed, and appointed him to the board effective March 2018. He and CEO David Taylor agree on one thing: P&G badly needs fixing. The stock has performed poorly since its pre-recession peak, and while the company is the world’s largest in consumer packaged goods, it has been losing market share in several important categories. Once dominant in product innovation, it has been slow to introduce significant new products over the past decade.

Company Info

Figures are for fiscal year ended June 30, 2017.
David S. Taylor
CEO Title
Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
Household Products
Household and Personal Products
HQ Location
Years on Fortune 500 List24
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Procter & Gamble Rank History


Key Financials (Last Fiscal Year)

$ millions% change
Revenues ($M)$66,217.00-7.7%
Profits ($M)$15,326.0045.9%
Assets ($M)$120,406.00-
Total Stockholder Equity ($M)$55,184.00-
Market Value — as of March 29, 2018 ($M)$199,865.20-

Profit Ratios

Profit as % of Revenues23.1%
Profits as % of Assets12.7%
Profits as % of Stockholder Equity27.8%

Earnings Per Share (Last Fiscal Year)

Earnings Per Share ($)5.59
EPS % Change (from 2016)51.5%
EPS % Change (5 year annual rate)8.8%
EPS % Change (10 year annual rate)6.3%

Total Return

Total Return to Investors (2017)12.7%
Total Return to Investors (5 year, annualized)9.6%
Total Return to Investors (10 year, annualized)5.5%