Johnson & Johnson has drawn on a recent ruling by the US Supreme Court that puts limitations on where injury lawsuits can be filed.

Unilever Japan has unveiled a new hiring procedure for college students, giving them an incentive to return and work for the company following a gap period.

Content company Time Inc has launched a new social video channel solely based around beauty, named The Pretty, with L’Oréal Paris and Maybelline New York the official sponsors.

Estée Lauder has appointed French make-up artist Violette – who goes only by her first name – as its new Global Beauty Director.

Skin care company St Ives has launched its first pop-up experiential mixing bar in New York, where consumers will be inviting to create their own face scrubs and lotions.

Jonathan Myers has been named as the new Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Avon as part of an ongoing management overhaul, according to the Financial Times.

L’Oréal has announced the launch of a new app Pocket Coach dedicated to assisting new members of staff in learning the company culture.

Procter & Gamble Malaysia has launched a new initiative ‘Confidence Squad’ via its account on the popular LINE app in a bid to further personalize its digital content and develop its one-to-one consumer contact.

Clorox Chief Executive Officer Benno Dorer has claimed the number one position of America’s highest rated CEO in 2017, according to a poll by employment site Glassdoor.

Yes To – the makers of natural beauty products – has received a $56 million investment sum from Viking Global Investors.

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