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Former Proctor & Gamble CEO Wins '03 Ethics Award

Compliance Week | February 10, 2004


The Ethics Resource Center recently announced that John E. Pepper is the winner of its 2003 Stanley C. Pace Leadership in Ethics Award. Pepper, who served as Proctor & Gamble's chairman and CEO, retired in 2002 after 38 years with the $43.4 billion household products giant. According to ERC founding chairman Norman Augustine, "There is no individual in America who better represents personal character and a powerful ethical compass than John Pepper," and added that Pepper does the right thing "because, to him, there is simply no other option." Pepper joined P&G in 1963 and became its chief executive in 1995. Under his leadership, the company experienced strong earnings...

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