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Hormel Foods, Vice President of Digital Experience, Stephen Koven

Hormel Foods Hires Digital Leader

Stephen Koven will be responsible for developing digital strategies and leading teams to build sales and marketing plans.

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Tyson Reshuffles Executive Structure

The simplified corporate structure is expected to increase agility and decision-making speed.

Karenann Terrell, GSK's new CTO

The former Walmart CIO has "a company-wide remit to transform how new technologies are used to improve performance." She starts Sept. 4.

Lain Hancock will work to align commercial strategy and deliver a long-term growth plan for the brand.

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Laguarta becomes corporate president while Narasimhan and Popovici take on larger regional roles.

Neil Ackerman

The former Mondelez and Amazon executive will be responsible for accelerating supply chain innovation and enabling advanced planning processes and technologies.

Reynolds American Inc. has unveiled the leadership team it expects to have in place after its anticipated acquisition by British American Tobacco closes later this year.

Jeffrey Harmening will take over from the retiring Ken Powell next month.

A nine-year company veteran, Yone Dewberry will run overall supply chain operations across the enterprise.

Barry Calpino will be responsible for the direction and success of cross-functional teams made up of consumer insights, marketing, research & development, packaging and design.

Javier Polit

Procter & Gamble confirmed media reports that Javier Polit has been appointed its new CIO to replace the retiring Linda Clement-Holmes.

The apparel maker will promote Sandra Harris to replace Martin Schneider when the latter executive retires at the end of 2017.

Revlon, Inc. has named Christopher Peterson chief operating officer, operations, a new role that puts him in charge of the company’s global supply chain, finance and IT functions.