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Stitch Fix Names Deirdre Findlay CMO

The former Google exec will lead all marketing, creative and communications initiatives for the new-age apparel e-tailer.

Mike Ackerman

Ivy Mobility Adds COO to Support Growth

Industry vet Mike Ackerman joins as COO to oversee the cloud solutions provider's professional services.

The former Henkel exec will be responsible for all marketing, innovation and R&D initiatives.

Formerly chief integration officer for Nestlé Business Excellence in North America, Tom Smith will now oversee Nestlé Waters North America's U.S. sales operations.

skintimate product, edgewell personal care

Chief accounting officer Elizabeth Dreyer will serve as interim CFO until a permanent replacement is found.

Francisco Fraga vice president and chief technology and information officer, Campbell Soup

Francisco Fraga most recently led the transformation of Procter & Gamble’s U.S. supply chain network by building digital capabilities and other enterprise-wide IT services.

Estee Lauder products

Longtime Nike veteran Michael Smith will place a special focus on driving global technology solutions in retail, digital, social and analytics.

Steven T. Liedtke Hain Celestial

Steve Liedtke played an instrumental role in WhiteWave Foods' spinoff from Dean Foods and eventual integration with Group Danone.

Hormel Foods, Vice President of Digital Experience, Stephen Koven

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

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."

Tyson Foods any'tizers boneless chicken wyngz

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

PepsiCo logo

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.

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

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