Michel Bergerac, Who Fought Perelman Over Revlon, Dies at 84By
He succeeded founder Charles Revson as chairman and CEO
Battle for Revlon produced one of the signature deals of 1980s
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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