Plugging the Leaks at P&G

Brooker, Katrina
February 2000
Fortune;2/21/2000, Vol. 141 Issue 4, p44
Focuses on the changes that Procter & Gamble has undergone since Chief Executive Officer Durk Jager assumed his position in 1999. How the company has overhauled its reporting lines; The Internet beauty site that it started; Efforts by Procter & Gamble to acquire another big company.


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