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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/20/10 Analysis of Proctor & Gamble
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5/20/10 History of Innovation and Growth In 1837 William Proctor and James Gamble formed a family operated soap and candle business. In 1859 Proctor & Gamble were granted Civil War contracts to supply the U.S. army with soap which was later named ivory.
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5/20/10 History of Innovation and Growth continued In the 1920s and 1930s Proctor & Gamble began sponsoring different radio programs which were named Soap Operas which still exist today. In 1946 Proctor & Gamble introduced Tide the first heavy-duty detergent.
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5/20/10 Continued Expansion Pampers was one of the greatest innovations which was first marketed in 1961 and became an instant success. Proctor & Gamble later went on to acquire Folgers coffee, Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals, and Old Spice during the 1980s.
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5/20/10 Products Manufactured by Proctor & Gamble
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5/20/10 2008 Letter to Shareholders Information Net Sale increased by 9% to $83.5 Billion
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2010 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Osikanlu during the Spring '09 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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