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Carlyle Group Gives NBTY Helm To Former Coca-Cola Executive Cahillane

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Steven Cahillane, who left his post as president of Coca-Cola Co.’s Americas division in 2013, is moving to NBTY to replace Jeffrey Nagel after the supplement manufacturer and retailer reported flat sales for its most recent earnings period and after net income dropped nearly 12% during the firm’s previous fiscal year.

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