Cosmetics maker Avon Products, which has been under pressure from activist investor Barington Capital, said on Thursday Sheri McCoy will step down as chief executive in March next year. Barington had been pushing for management changes at the company since 2015, but backed off for a year after Avon signed a deal to sell its...
NYS Entity Status
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JANUARY 16, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - MIA SOFIA & COMPANY, INC.
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