June 2004
Brand Strategy;Jun2004, Issue 183, p7
Trade Publication
Reports career developments of several marketing executives. Appointment of Chris de Lapuente as president of global haircare for Procter & Gamble Co.; Selection of Colin Hutchinson as European vice president of Wilkinson Sword Inc.; Promotion of E. Neville Isdell to chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola Co.


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