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P&G names four presidents

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

VPs Marc Pritchard and Paolo de Cesare promoted to president of their respective divisions in recognition of their strong leadership contribution, P&G announces July 25. Pritchard oversees global cosmetics and personal care, while de Cesare directs global prestige beauty and skin care. Two additional execs also were promoted to president from current VP roles - Michael Kehoe, who oversees global oral care, and Martin Riant, who heads global feminine care. Presidential posts are new positions that will be effective Sept. 1. Pritchard and de Cesare were appointed to their current roles last year (1"The Rose Sheet" April 29, 2002, In Brief)...

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