Meanwhile, Golf Digest, where Woods is a contributing editor, says it doesn't have any plans to discontinue its contract with him.
Other Woods sponsors are currently either distancing themselves from him or being somewhat guarded about revealing the nature of their talks. For example, PepsiCo (PEP), whose Gatorade division recently dropped its Tiger Woods line of sports drinks, says that it is in talks with Woods representatives, without disclosing the nature of those talks. Also, Procter & Gamble's (PG) Gillette division says that it will limit Tiger Woods' presence in their ad campaigns. AT&T (T) is also evaluating its advertising relationship with him.
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