Ford Hits a Roadblock in Europe
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- Oshkosh (NYS: OSK) faces a proxy battle with activist investor Carl Icahn, as he seeks to add six directors to Oshkosh's board.
- Procter & Gamble (NYS: PG) reported revenue of $22.1 billion for its second quarter. However, the consumer goods giant lowered its forecast for fiscal 2012, joining rival Kimberly-Clark (NYS: KMB) .
- 3M (NYS: MMM) is reportedly facing a leadership struggle. The company's directors are split on whether to keep current CEO George Buckley at the helm or find a replacement when his contract term expires next month.
- Ford (NYS: F) benefited from a one-time tax gain, but the company's bottom line was dragged down by losses in its European division.
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