US: Ralcorp names Block as Post COO

By Katie Smith | 14 November 2011

US food maker Ralcorp Holdings has appointed Terence Block as president and COO of Post Holdings, the branded cereals business that is set to be spun off from the company.

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US food maker Ralcorp Holdings has appointed Terence Block as president and COO of Post Holdings, the branded cereals business that is set to be spun off from the company.

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