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Update: Noel White Named Tyson Foods CEO as Tom Hayes Departs

Update: Noel White Named Tyson Foods CEO as Tom Hayes Departs
Noel White, the new president and CEO of Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale.

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale says that Noel White, formerly group president of beef, pork and international, has been named president and CEO effective Sept. 30. White, who will also join the board of directors, will succeed Tom Hayes, who the company said is stepping down for personal reasons.
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Oklahoma, Cherokee Nation to Examine Poultry Operations

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