As Unilever prepares to issue a decision on its dual legal structure, expected in March, the UK government is said to be preparing for the worst, according to a report published by The Financial Times.
Glossier has closed a US$52 million Series C funding round. The US beauty company described the round as ‘heavily oversubscribed’, according to a report published by Tech Crunch.
Johnson & Johnson will ensure all sun care products it sells on the Australia and New Zealand markets comply with the countries’ joint SPF standard, according to a report published by Stuff.
A supplier of shea butter for The Body Shop, Ayisha Fuseini of Asheba Enterprise has been named Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the Invest in Africa Awards.
Coty has announced a new program for nascent tech businesses to share their latest innovations at its Quarterly Digital Accelerator Summit and earn the opportunity to work with Coty’s brand portfolio.
Unilever has unveiled the complete list of palm oil suppliers and mills, which sees the personal care giant become one of the first industry behemoths to champion transparency in the tainted palm oil production industry.
Natural cosmetic brand Lush has launched a new campaign #TransRightsAreHumanRights in a bid to encourage its consumers to align themselves with the trans community and raise awareness for their plight.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble has joined forces with the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in a bid to eradicate counterfeit products from the US supply chain.
The South Korean government has placed emphasis on the life sciences industry, including pharma and biotech, and is looking to create 35,000 more jobs within the sector, according to a report by the Investor.
Cult beauty brand MAC has launched a new vending machine, which dispenses travel-sized products from its Little MAC range.