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Avon's Ongoing Struggles Prompt Renewed Investor Call For CEO Ouster

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Management projects a strong second half after Avon's first-quarter sales advanced 2%, reported, but dipped in constant currency. Analysts received the guidance guardedly, and a group of investors led by Barington Capital are unconvinced the firm can turn things around under current leadership.

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