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  • American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Another Procter & Gamble veteran added to help rebuild Anchor Hocking

    Anchor Hocking is bringing on more expertise from Procter & Gamble Co. The housewares maker's parent, EveryWare Global Inc., has hired former P&G executive Jeffrey Jarrett as chief marketing officer. His ...

  • American City Business Journals5 months ago

    Former P&G executive becomes CEO of Ohio firm

    A former Procter & Gamble Co. executive has been named the leader of another Ohio-based company. Patrick Lockwood-Taylor, who was most recently vice president of personal health care for North America at P&G (PG), has been named the CEO of Lancaster-based EveryWare Global Inc., the company that owns Anchor Hocking and other houseware brands, Courier sister publication Columbus Business First reports. Lockwood-Taylor’s previous roles at Cincinnati-based P&G include a position in the United Kingdom managing operations in West Africa and vice president for its North American feminine care products group.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    EveryWare Global to file for prepackaged bankruptcy

    EveryWare Global Inc, a marketer of cookware and tabletop products, said it expects to file for prepackaged bankruptcy that will give its lenders control of the company after it emerges from bankruptcy. EveryWare said it expects to file for a prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware and expects to emerge from bankruptcy within 60-75 days. After emerging from bankruptcy, EveryWare's secured lenders will own 96 percent of its common stock and the company will no longer be publicly traded, EveryWare said. EveryWare, which has reported a loss for six straight quarters, said its term lenders had agreed to provide up to $40 million in debtor-in-possession financing.