Commentary: Warm And Fuzzy Won't Save Procter & GambleBy
Procter & Gamble Co. employees, particularly those in management, are breathing a sigh of relief. "Crazy Man Durk"--known to the outside world as Durk I. Jager, CEO and chairman--is out, having resigned under pressure from the board. "Gentleman John" E. Pepper, P&G's CEO until 1998, and Alan "A.G." Lafley, a man known for his people skills, are in charge. Who says nice guys finish last?
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