Charles H. Revson
Revlon
1932–1974
Revlon
1932–1974
Known for his autocratic and direct management style, Revson built Revlon into the second largest cosmetics company in the U.S. Revson's unique talent of grasping the female psyche, bolstered by his fiercely competitive nature, allowed Revlon to grow from a nail polish maker into a huge conglomerate with over 3,500 cosmetics products, as well as a highly profitable pharmaceutical subsidiary.

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  • Military Service: Navy