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Executive Summary

George Russell tapped CEO for company's North American division, following firm's recent acquisition of the Finesse and Aqua Net brands from Unilever, Lornamead Group announces June 7. Reporting to CEO of Lornamead Group Mike Jatania, Russell will oversee company's product development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing activities in North America, Central and South America, firm notes. Among his goals for the division, Russell notes he will guide the company in reinvesting in and reinvigorating the already well-established hair care brands, and will look for opportunities to acquire additional brands. Lornamead recently stated it hopes to build a $500 mil. personal care business in North America in the next three to five years (1"The Rose Sheet" May 15, 2006, In Brief)...

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