In Brief: Procter & Gamble
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Procter & Gamble: Appoints Bruce Byrnes, 47, formerly head of P&G's North American paper products business, to president of health care products-North America with responsibility for prescription and OTC pharmaceuticals. Byrnes succeeds Thomas Moore, 45, who left P&G "to pursue a new career opportunity." Moore also left his position as vice chairman of NDMA's board of directors. P&G indicated that it has not yet named a successor to Moore to serve as the company's official representative with the association...
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