Posted by Shirley Brady on May 6, 2010 05:37 PM
As the Dow took investors on a wild ride today, Procter & Gamble and CNBC's Jim Cramer (above) were thrown by a brief 23% dip (likely a trading glitch) in P&G's share price today. P&G (and this doctor) also refuted any charges about Pampers Dry Max as—well—rash.
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Napster integrates Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
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Auto industry balks at proposed law to levy higher safety fines.
US fast tracks green technology patents.
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