In this installment of What’s Next, Lonni Delane writes about Makeup in New York, the annual show that recently took over the Penn Plaza Pavilion.
A new survey from Harris Poll on behalf of Merck Manuals is highlighting the potential dangers of the vast amount of medical information on the Internet.
Shoppers will be invited to join the party and step inside a life-size Shoppers Optimum confetti globe for a chance to win prizes, including an all-inclusive sun-filled vacation.
General Mills is recalling certain boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios, which are labeled as gluten-free, but may contain wheat following an issue at its Lodi, Calif. facility.
Walmart will provide free blood glucose, blood pressure, vision screenings and product samples —and more than 10,000 of the company’s pharmacists will offer immunizations in select stores.
Bloomreach has commissioned a study that shows where shoppers go first to price items, and the answer suggests that Amazon holds a big share of that traffic.
With its new status, PTCB will be able to participate in FIP working groups, nominations calls and other efforts while being included in the company’s dialogues and communications.
The company has made a documentary profiling burn survivors and posted it to the Bio-Oil Facebook page, with every share counting as a $1 donation to the Phoenix Society.
Seven stores in two markets will have Hearing Centers, and five stores in another market will have optical services starting later this fall.
The rebranding is part of changes, including new products, that the company says are forthcoming, according to QS/1 president Tammy Devine.