Profits are growing faster than expected, but the consumer goods giant suffered a second straight quarter of sales volume declines.
P&G shareholders had a rough 2015, and the year ahead might not be much better.
After a lackluster 2015, investors have good reason to be optimistic about the year ahead.
In an overall down year for the consumer-products giant, this brand stood out as a big winner.
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It is not by chance that Procter & Gamble has dominated the consumer goods space for more than a century.
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