Coty said that chief scientific officer Ralph Macchio’s retirement had been planned for a couple years, but that he had agreed to postpone it until after the company’s merger and integration with Procter and Gamble’s beauty business.
The full-day event, held June 13 in Providence, R.I., brought together leaders from such companies as Facebook, Under Armour, Google and IBM, among others, to discuss emerging trends shaping the healthcare industry.
Sundial not only has made an impact on how retailers merchandise their stores and what they buy for their shelves, but the company’s efforts go well beyond the four walls of a store, investing in the communities from which it sources its raw materials.
What can retailers do to create a better proposition for the New General Market? Where are the opportunities? How can retailers and brands work together to cultivate New General Market consumers and foster their success? These were the key questions executives at the third annual New General Market Summit faced in a series of vendor panel discussions.
Industry leaders talk soulful brands, doing good and operating with purpose at the third annual New General Market Summit. In this special report, DSN highlights the big ideas and best practices that emerged from the event.
The Sephora Virtual Artist app’s new Cheek Try On service allows users to virtually try on over 1,000 shades of cheek color, including blush, bronzer, contour, and highlighter shades available in single colors and palettes.
Procter & Gamble is holding talks with Trian Fund Management, which has a $3.5 billion stake in the company, about the future of its brands, the P&G CEO David Taylor confirmed to CNBC. Taylor called the talks “constructive” and noted, "We are willing to engage. We want to be better.” Trian has been increasing its stake in P&G and the company looks to cut costs by some $10 billion, the report said. (CNBC)