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  1. Proc·tor, William Cooper
    IPA[ˈpräktər]
    • 1. (1862–1934) US businessman. By 1890, he was the general manager of Proctor & Gamble, the company that made and marketed Ivory soap. In 1907, when he became president of the company, he began to institute labor reforms such as profit sharing and pensions.