Avery Dennison ranked No. 366 on the 2005 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States industrial and service companies. Avery Dennison s businesses are organized into three segments, along with other specialty converting businesses. The company s pressure-sensitive materials segment manufactures Fasson-brand pressure-sensitive base materials, reflective and graphic materials and performance polymers. The office and consumer products division of Avery Dennison manufactures a variety of consumer products under the Avery-brand for the office, school and home. The third business segment, retail information services, provides the retail and apparel manufacturing industries with a variety of price marking and brand identification products. In addition, the specialty converting businesses produce postage stamps, battery labels, performance films and a variety of specialty tapes. Dean A. Scarborough has been the chief executive officer of Avery Dennison for more than one year. He has been with the business services and supplies company for over 22 years. Scarborough earned a BA degree from Hiram College, and a MBA from the University of Chicago. Avery Dennison has its headquarters in Pasadena, Calif., and operates more than 150 manufacturing and distribution facilities in 42 countries throughout the world.