Daniel Delen is the CEO, President and Chairman of Reynolds America, the corporation also known as RJ Reynolds Tobacco.
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Delen has served as Reynold's CEO since March 2011, replacing former CEO Susan M. Ivey. He made $6.2 million in 2010. Delen was Chairman of the Board of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, a subsidiary of Reynolds American Inc. since May 2008 and was its Chief Executive Officer since January 2007.
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