By and  on January 21, 2015

David Taylor has landed in an enviable spot.

Buoyed by a promotion to oversee the beauty business, the Procter & Gamble Co. veteran has found himself the front-runner in the race to eventually succeed A.G. Lafley, the firm’s chairman, president and chief executive officer. Taylor’s rise has dimmed the chances of Deb Henretta, P&G’s group president of Global Beauty, who was once seen as an early contender for the top job.

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