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HBW Executive Decisions: Perrigo CFO Joins Neptune Wellness, Athletes Promote Wellness Products, More

Executive Summary

Perrigo CFO has 10-dy break before starting at Neptune Wellness ; CHPA board elects Lisa Paley as chair, Ian Thorpe joins Anthogenol team; Shreyas Iyer advertises Ultrahuman wearable; HRG expands business sectors with Corey Paske; and DFE Pharma hires Marie-Louise Mans as HR director. 

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