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England's Queen Elizabeth II honors Allergan chairman/CEO

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Queen Elizabeth II of England named British-born David E.I. Pyott, chairman of the board and CEO of Allergan Inc., in the Birthday Honours List last month. Pyott becomes a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.

Queen Elizabeth II of England named British-born David E.I. Pyott, chairman of the board and CEO of Allergan Inc., in the Birthday Honours List last month. Pyott becomes a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.

"This award acknowledges David Pyott's contribution to British business excellence and management skills in the United States," said Los Angeles-based British Consul-General Robert Pierce. "Under his leadership, Allergan's European headquarters has been relocated to the United Kingdom and this will eventually result in hundreds of high-quality new jobs, supporting the British government's aim of the promotion of our bio-pharma industry. He has also been tireless in advocating broader business links between Britain and California."

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