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Drugstore.com leadership

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Executive Summary

Online retailer appoints Dawn Lepore as CEO, effective Oct. 11. Lepore currently is VP-technology, operations and administration at Charles Schwab, a member of Schwab's executive committee and a trustee of SchwabFunds; she will relinquish all of her Schwab positions when she joins Drugstore.com. Drugstore.com board member Melinda Gates says Lepore "brings a great deal of respect and depth from the e-commerce industry as both a leader and an innovator," having designed Schwab's "entire technology platform" and played a "key role" in that firm's online brokerage business. Lepore replaces interim CEO and current CFO Robert Barton, who took over after Kal Raman stepped down in June (1"The Tan Sheet" June 14, 2004, In Brief)...

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