Michel Bergerac, Who Fought Perelman Over Revlon, Dies at 84

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  • He succeeded founder Charles Revson as chairman and CEO
  • Battle for Revlon produced one of the signature deals of 1980s

Michel Bergerac.

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Michel C. Bergerac, who led Revlon Inc.’s diversification into health care and lost control of the cosmetics maker in a three-month battle with investor Ronald Perelman, has died. He was 84.

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