A report in the New York Times looked at the work of L’Oréal’s Technology Incubator, where a group of 26 work to create cutting-edge products for the $438 billion worldwide beauty business. Among the products innovations — which have included five products from wearables to apps — is the Kérastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings — a smart hairbrush that offers users insights into the state of their hair and how to take care of it. (New York Times)
The heart of Sephora’s new format, the Beauty Workshop space features a sleek table that acts as a central workstation where customers come together to learn via group beauty classes with Sephora's makeup professionals, among other offerings.
The company on Thursday announced a $70 million investment that it says would add roughly 250 jobs at various sites across the country and ensuring that 95% of its chocolate products are made in the United States.
The Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday, March 29, that First Amendment free speech rights should be considered when determining how merchants disclose to their shoppers that credit card swipe fees can drive up the price of merchandise.
HB2190, which passed 81-8, amends the states medical marijuana guidelines to require medical marijuana dispensaries to appoint a pharmacist consultant who, would develop and provide training to the dispensary at least once a year and spearhead educational efforts for patients.