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Nature’s Sunshine exec

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Executive Summary

Daniel Howells resigns as CEO, president and member of the Board of Directors, Provo, Utah-based supplement marketer announces Nov. 12. The 62-year-old chief executive is leaving to pursue personal interests, a company release states. Howells served as the firm's CEO for just over six years (1"The Tan Sheet" Sept. 22, 1997, In Brief)...

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