ATLANTA (AP) -- Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., which bottles Coca-Cola beverages, said Monday it appointed Steve Cahillane as the new president of its North America business division, effective immediately.
The company said Cahillane will take over for Terrance M. Marks, who is leaving the company to "pursue outside interests."
Cahillane, 43, previously served as president of the company's European group. That position will be filled by Hubert Patricot. Patricot, 48, was general manager of the company's Great Britain division.
Coca-Cola Enterprises shares fell 7 cents to $16.83 in morning trading.