This week the Roark Capital Group announced that one of the firm’s affiliates has acquired a minority stake in the Drybar brand of blowout salons and hair products, and the company is looking forward to growth in both areas of the business as a result.
In a multimillion dollar cash deal that’s had everyone talking since it was announced Thursday evening, the mass market beauty and personal care company is adding prestige color cosmetics and fragrance to its multinational business.
Yesterday The White House announced the initiative, “highlighting the critical role that businesses must play in reducing the national gender pay gap” and encouraging private sector companies to commit to steps that will ensure women and men earn equal...
A report published this month by the advisory services company ranks three color cosmetics, fragrance, and personal care companies in the top ten and includes thought-provoking data on the luxury market both regionally and globally.
Shiseido is buying Gurwitch Products (the holding company of those two makeup brands), and the deal is expected to bring the Japan-based cosmetics company closer to its ambitious 2020 sales goal of 1 trillion yen.
In a deal announced yesterday, the global cosmetics and beauty care company added the Cutex international business to its portfolio of brands. Coty gave up the nail brand as part of that company’s ongoing transformation.
After 12 years as chairman of the board for the multinational consumer goods company, A.G. Lafley is leaving the post again. His successor will take over next month, and P&G hopes things move ahead smoothly.
Today, the prestige beauty company announced its plans to buy the global rights to all seven of the recording artist’s fragrance brands, a move that’s right in line with Elizabeth Arden’s renewed emphasis on fragrance.
At constant currency rates, the company is reporting good news for both the Elizabeth Arden brand and others owned by the company. With several strategic initiatives in place, the company is looking ahead to its year-end report in August.
Just last week the privately owned, stand-alone North American business got a new chief executive, an appointment from outside the company that was announced just weeks after New Avon LLC became a reality.
L’Oréal saw its Group sales rise 1.8% for the first quarter 2016 to €6.55 billion, thanks to gains made in Western Europe and North America offsetting difficulties encountered in some emrging markets due to the strengthening euro.
At the close of trading tomorrow, the beauty company will take its place on the market indicator list alongside other industry leaders, including Estee Lauder Cos., International Flavors & Fragrances, Dow Chemical, and P&G.
GCPL is strategically growing though acquisitions, particularly in hair care for women of African descent, and with this latest deal the India-based company gains market share as well as US-specific insights and product knowledge.
The privately owned North American Avon business is a done deal this month as Cerberus Capital Management takes a majority stake in the beauty company—a transaction meant to make Avon profitable again.
The Cosmetics Design Group (a company with no affiliation to this publication) has bought a majority stake in the successful indie brand, and going forward the two companies will essentially act as partners.
New data from job review site fairygodboss.com shows well over half of women working in the beauty business self-report being treated equitably in regard to gender, though when it comes to job satisfaction cosmetics scored near the bottom.
Coty has moved one step closer to completing the acquisition of a large slice of the Procter & Gamble’s beauty brands after European Commission gave its approval for the deal under the EU Merger Regulation.
The flavors and fragrance company released a report last week on its 2015 full-year financial results and strategic achievements. And, company numbers indicate that in a currency neutral world profits and sales are up.
Every two years cosmetics made, packaged, or labeled in the state have to be registered with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Separate bills, currently under consideration by the Senate and the House, would change that mandate.
This evening at 7:45pm, Michelle Makori, the NYC-co anchor for CCTV-AMERICA will be interviewing me about the biggest trends in the global cosmetics market and what's happening across markets worldwide.
Last year the skin care company received a patent for its biotech silk protein ingredient, and now Silk Therapeutics has big plans for the millions of dollars raised during its just-closed series A2 financing round.