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Executive Summary

Investment consultant Charles Beech tapped as acting CEO after agreeing to provide teen cosmetics brand with influx of capital during transition period, following departure of President Gary Schofield in May, Plano Molding Company division says. Additional higher level management staff may be hired in the near term, company adds. Caboodles is reportedly for sale...

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