By and  on October 8, 2010

Ed Shirley, the vice chair of global beauty and grooming at Procter & Gamble who often sounds more like a coach, knows how to move the funding football. He and Pete Nordstrom, president of merchandising at the retail chain that bears his family's name, were the honorees at the recent Dream Ball in New York, which raises money for the Look Good, Feel Better program at a time when the economy is still mired in the recessionary trough. A bit of a shove came from the star presenter of the evening, the "manly man" with the booming baritone from P&G's Old Spice commercials, Isaiah Mustafa.


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