Nelson Peltz: Not Asking For P&G’s CEO To Step Down; Cardinal Sin’ For P&G To Reduce Advertising

Nelson Peltz, Trian CEO and founding partner, talks about his dispute with Procter & Gamble as he ramps us his battle for a board seat.

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Nelson Peltz: I'm Not Asking For P&G's CEO To Step Down

Nelson Peltz: I'm not asking for P&G's CEO to step down from CNBC.

Nelson Peltz: P&G's 'cardinal sin' was to reduce advertising while losing market share

Nelson Peltz, Trian CEO and founding partner, shares his views on Procter & Gamble's strategy.

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D1 CapitalThe first two months of the third quarter were the best months for D1 Capital Partners' public portfolio since inception, that's according to a copy of the firm's August update, which ValueWalk has been able to review. Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more According to the update, D1's public portfolio returned 20.1% gross Read More


Nelson Peltz: P&G's 'cardinal sin' was to reduce advertising while losing market share from CNBC.

Nelson Peltz: Millennials want little brands, local brands

P&G is only about global brands, one size fits all, says Nelson Peltz, Trian CEO, talking about why he would like to see Procter & Gamble change its brand strategy.

Nelson Peltz: Millennials want little brands, local brands from CNBC.