By and  on February 15, 2008

Despite a dip in fourth-quarter fragrance sales, the 174-year-old International Flavors & Frag­rances Inc. is poised for what executives hope will be a new takeoff.

At least that's the view of Robert M. Amen, who took the reins as chairman and chief executive officer 19 months ago, succeeding Richard Goldstein. "It's the first chapter of the new IFF," he said, referring to the company's recently reported year-end results.

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