NEW YORK -- Bristol-Myers Squibb here announced earlier this month it will combine the U.S. retail sales groups of Bristol-Myers Products, Clairol and Mead Johnson Nutritionals, effective the first quarter of 1996. ive advantage by offering customers a single point of contact for the full range of our hair care, personal care, nutritional and nonprescription health care products sold at retail," said Michael E. Autera, executive vice president at Bristol-Myers Squibb, in a press release. ...

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