Rutledge out; new faces in KGF's marketing department

Liesse, Julie
July 1992
Advertising Age;7/27/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 30, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Kraft General Foods' corporate marketing department is beginning to look a lot more balanced between General Foods and Kraft. New corporate marketing group has emerged within the past few months; Headed by Bruce Harreld, senior vice president-marketing services and information management; Key advertising position held by Kraft General Foods Vice President-Advertising Richard Helstein; Details.


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