NEW YORK — Revlon Inc.’s getting another touch up.For the second time in as many years, the firm rolled out a turnaround plan to Wall Street as questions of liquidity and a lack of profitability dramatized the need for new direction.

Speaking for the first time on his plans for the beleaguered beauty giant, Jack Stahl, who joined Revlon as president and chief executive officer in February, insisted that the firm is poised for growth. "Long term, we are striving for 10 percent to 12 percent annual revenue growth," he told WWD earlier in the week. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization are slated to grow faster than revenues.

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