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This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Richard Goudis, 43, was named Herbalife chief financial officer, Los Angeles-based firm says June 14. Goudis will report directly to CEO Michael Johnson, who took over in April 2003 (1"The Tan Sheet" April 7, 2003, In Brief). Goudis, who brings previous experience as COO of Rexall Sundown and positions at Pratt & Whitney and Sunbeam Corporation, will be responsible for global financial and accounting activities. He replaces Bill Lowe, Sr. VP-finance, who served as CFO during the search...

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