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MILES RELIEVES TWO MANAGERS FOR VIOLATING COMPANY POLICY

 PITTSBURGH, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Miles Inc., Pittsburgh, a chemical, health care and imaging technologies company, today confirmed reports that it had relieved from management responsibilities two of its managers for violating company policies related to improper communications with a competitor.
 Stephen M. Reim, senior vice president of Miles and president of the Consumer Household Products business unit of the company, and Charles C. Culshaw, director of marketing for the same business, were relieved of their management responsibilities on June 14 and will be terminated. Miles has strict policies against potentially anti-competitive practices.
 The company also confirmed that it had received a subpoena from the United States Justice Department which is investigating the situation. The company said it has and will cooperate fully with the Justice Department. The company also said it will make no further comment on this situation since it is under investigation.
 Effective June 14, Hermann R. Werner, executive vice president-Agriculture Division, Miles Inc., Kansas City, Mo., assumed responsibility for Consumer Household Products until a new business head is named. The Consumer Household Products business unit is part of the Miles Agriculture Division.
 Miles Inc. has total sales of $6.5 billion and has 26,000 employees.
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 /CONTACT: Elliot S. Schreiber of Miles Inc., 412-394-5553/


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