Nelson Peltz fails to win seat on Procter & Gamble board

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Has Activist Investor Peltz Lost His Proxy Battle with Procter & Gamble

- vistapglobal.com
10 Oct 2017
Activist Investor Nelson Peltz has apparently lost his proxy bid to gain a board seat on Dow 30 component and Cincinnati, OH-based Procter & Gamble (PG) as reported by Reuters as a preliminary tally has voted down his initiative. Nelson Peltz's fund Trian, a $14 billion New York-based hedge fund, owns ~$3.5 billion of PG, which currently enjoys a total valuation of ...

Procter & Gamble keeps activist investor Nelson Peltz off its board

10 Oct 2017
Activist investor Nelson Peltz lost a fight to get onto the Procter & Gamble Co. board. The three-month fight cost at least $65 million. "If I were those guys, I would say, magnanimously, 'Peltz, come on the board,'" Peltz said. "It would make a lot of people happy."
- wcpo.com

Procter & Gamble declares victory in expensive proxy fight

- money.cnn.com
10 Oct 2017
Procter & Gamble is one of the largest companies in the country with annual sales of $65 billion. Its stock is among the most widely held stock, a staple of many retirement accounts. That's why the proxy fight over board seats has been the most expensive in U.S. corporate history.
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