The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, June 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 168
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PEPPER BEGINS TO RIGHT P&G SHIP
When John Pepper retired as Procter & Gamble Co. chairman last year, the rap against him was that he was too nice. Now the Cincinnati company desperately needs its resident nice guy again.
P&G president takes spotlight at reunion
P&G revival hinges on goals
Pepper narrows his focus at P&G

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P&G TAKEOVER COVERAGE
Summary and links to June 9 special report.
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Business Headlines for  Saturday, June 17, 2000

Independent filmmakers need investors first
        From a scattering of desks, chairs and computers in a loft overlooking Monmouth Street in Newport, Duffy Hudson, Alan Forbes and Will Benson are building a small business from the ground up.

Baldwin investors reject plan to sell
        Investors in Baldwin Piano & Organ Co. on Friday rejected a shareholder proposal to put the company's remaining operations up for sale.

Diversity and liquidity / Deposits booming
        Mutual funds have their place. So do stocks and pensions. But some investors are turning to unit investment trusts (UITs).

HIGGINS: Personal finance
        Why is “Wall Street” synonymous with the stock market? Ever seen a wall on Wall Street?

Portman reintroduces retirement bill
        Rob Portman is determined to see us retire comfortably.

Savvy strategies
        Strategy: Set up a Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT) or a Grantor Retained Annuity Trust (GRAT).

The Sophisticated Investor
        In this world, we are surrounded by the forces of evil. There's crime. There's violence. There are mutual fund managers who trade too much.

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