US: Reese to head Jim Beam Brands

By Anne Brockhoff | 11 December 2003

Rich Reese will serve as chairman of Jim Beam Brands Worldwide during 2004, then retire at the end of the year. Reese joined the company, which is a unit of Fortune Brands, in 1974 and is now president and CEO

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Rich Reese will serve as chairman of Jim Beam Brands Worldwide during 2004, then retire at the end of the year. Reese joined the company, which is a unit of Fortune Brands, in 1974 and is now president and CEO

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