Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) has been awarded a spot on Indeed’s ’50 Best Places to Work in the Fortune 500’ list, reaching number 21 on the coveted list.

Hugh Pile, Marketing Officer for L’Oréal Western Europe, is to be replaced as he takes a year off from the company to work on branding for his family business.

Wal-Mart has announced a new program named ‘On-Time, In Full’, which will see suppliers penalised if they deliver goods early, late or without the full shipment.

Hindustan Unilever has reported a sales increase of 9 percent in 2017 Q1, despite experiencing difficulties in rural growth.

Sulzer has announced an expansion of the GEKA site, located in Bechhofen, Germany, a move which will create 250 new jobs at the site.

Trian Fund has launched a proxy fight against Procter & Gamble. The activist investor has nominated its CEO, Nelson Peltz, to the P&G board.

Church & Dwight has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Waterpik for approximately US$1 billion. The deal is expected to close in the third quarter of the year.

Hair color specialist Bleach London has launched a make-up line that echoes its approach to high-color dos, according to a report published by Refinery 29.

The Singapore Economic Development Board has appointed Heinz-Jurgen Bertram, CEO of Symrise, Economic Ambassador to Singapore for small and medium-sized companies.

AkzoNobel has announced this morning that CEO Ton Buchner is stepping down ‘with immediate effect due to health reasons’. The company has appointed Thierry Vanlancker as his replacement.

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