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Arnold to retire from Procter & Gamble


CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble announced that Susan Arnold, president of global business units, will retire effective Sept. 1, after 29 years of service. She stepped down as president on March 9 and will continue to serve in a special assignment, reporting to chairman of the board and CEO A.G. Lafley, until Sept.1.

"Susan has been an integral part of P&G's leadership team over the past decade, most recently as president of global business units responsible for more than $80 billion in sales and more than 300 brands worldwide," Lafley said.

Most recently, Arnold has played a pivotal role in P&G's focus on sustainability. Under her leadership, P&G adopted company-wide sustainability goals. Sustainability has been integrated into strategies and plans in every business unit.

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