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Myron Ullman to CEO, focusing on U.S. business, Paris-based firm announces. Exec formerly held position of group managing director, but has decided to focus efforts on U.S. to reduce global travel due to health reasons, LVMH says. Ullman also will be named vice chairman of Christian Dior board of directors and will continue as chairman of the board of DeBeers. Ullman will be succeeded by Antonio Belloni, who joined LVMH as senior manager in June after working for Procter & Gamble for 22 years
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