P&G loses pharma chief, reshuffles senior ranks

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R. Kerry Clark, former vice chairman of Procter & Gamble’s $20 billion global family-health business, has left to become chief executive of Cardinal Health. The P&G veteran’s former responsibilities over the pharmaceuticals, oral-care and personal-health units will be assumed by vice chairman Susan Arnold. Arnold also oversees P&G’s beauty business. Other business units that had reported to Clark will now report to Bruce Byrnes, vice chairman.
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