Michael C. Hawley

BOSTON (AP) _ Michael C. Hawley, former chairman and chief executive of The Gillette Co. who was credited with helping expand the firm's international operations, died Sunday after a brief illness. He was 66.

Hawley worked at Gillette for 37 years. He became president of the Boston-based battery and toiletries maker in 1995 and served as chairman and CEO between 1999 and 2000.

His first job was with General Electric in New York, where he worked for a year before joining Gillette in 1961.

Between 1976 and 1985, Hawley ran Asia operations for Gillette from Australia, and later worked as president of Oral B Laboratories, a subsidiary of Gillette in Redwood City, Calif.


William W. Hunsberger

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) _ William W. Hunsberger, president and publisher of Mississippi's most widely circulated newspaper, The Clarion-Ledger, died early Sunday morning of an apparent heart attack, family members said. He was 55.

Hunsberger, who accepted the position in August 1998, first worked at The Clarion-Ledger from 1985 to 1990 as circulation director. In 1991, he became president and publisher of the Hattiesburg American, and in 1995 he accepted a position at The Cincinnati Enquirer as the vice president of circulation.