South Korea is much more than Psy’s pop single “Gangnam Style” or the TV series “M*A*S*H,” which lasted three times longer than the actual Korean conflict. It’s one of the most remarkable modern economic success stories. The Eighth United States Army, about 29,000 strong, has long had a front row seat, but most Americans have not. Starting with the ’88 Olympics coming out party, South Korea has arrived. For U.S. OTC brand owners, it’s inevitably an A-list market.
Mom-run brand Bitsy's Brainfood is urging awareness of food allergies to make Halloween safer for trick-or-treaters by offering a limited-edition box of allergy-friendly treats available at Target and other retailers.
Mars Chocolate North America is getting emotional with its 3 Musketeers brand by introducing a new digital campaign designed to inspire and uplift by spreading moments of joy called #ThrowShine.
Coty launched Sally Hansen Color Therapy with an event at Manhattan’s Kimpton Eventi Hotel, where Drug Store News spoke to Coty executives, including SVP North America Shannon Curtin, about the launch of a product combining nail care and color.
Wedgewood Pharmacy was selected from among 37 finalists in the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area, and the award was given at a ceremony at Philadelphia’s Sugarhouse Casino on Oct. 26.
The company pledged that by 2018, it would have all fresh and frozen farm-raised seafood be four-star certified by Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) as adhering to the Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP).
Moyra Knight will helm the foundation, succeeding outgoing president Jeffrey Winton, who has led the organization since 2014.
NEW YORK - The giant AT&T-Time Warner merger may bring individualized ads - already commonplace on such streaming services as Hulu or YouTube - to network television, The New York Times reported Wednesday. "If you believe in a future where the very, very fine targeting of households or individuals with specific messaging makes economic sense to do at scale, what this merger does is enable that by making more audience available to target in that way,” Rob Norman, chief digital officer of WPP's GroupM, told The Times. “The question will be: What is the premium for addressability for that level of targeting that the advertiser is willing to pay?” (The New York Times)
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, the physician shortage could reach as high as a shortage of 20,000 primary care physicians by 2020.