Although he's just been reappointed as CEO of P&G (PG), one of A.G. Lafley's top priorities...

Although he's just been reappointed as CEO of P&G (PG), one of A.G. Lafley's top priorities will reportedly be to find his successor. The problem Lafley faces is that several senior executives left during the tenure of Bob McDonald, including promising leaders such as Charles Bergh, now CEO of Levi Strauss, and new Baccarat boss Daniela Riccardi.

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  • CharlieK3840
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    I am pleased with bringing Lafley back. Added instant value to my portfolio.Hopefully, his presence will continue that trend. PG is my largest holding! Any of the good people can be brought back if they are deemed the successor. Former Gillette person. Love the stock. Will die with it as part of my portfolio. Thank you!!
    26 May 2013, 11:55 AM Reply Like
  • seIII
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    AG started this mess by over paying for Gillette.
    26 May 2013, 07:48 PM Reply Like
  • steffiboris
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    Great believer in blue chip equities.
    PG and JNJ a good part of my portfolio.
    Every time I have been persuaded by a slick investment advisor to take a punt on the latest miracle stock I see my butt. Happening less these days as I get a little wiser!
    27 May 2013, 07:43 AM Reply Like
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