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Pharmavite names CEO

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The maker of Nature Made supplements appoints Doug MacLean its CEO June 1, luring him away from the head post at beverage firm TalkingRain. MacLean started with Seattle-based TalkingRain, maker of ActiVwater, in 1989, and has "an entrepreneurial background and passion for establishing new markets through new brands and products," Pharmavite said May 25. Connie Barry stepped down as CEO of the Northridge, Calif., firm in January and became an advisor to Mark Walsh, whom Pharmavite promoted from VP of operations to chief operating officer (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 21, 2009)

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