Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone is rumored to become the newest international brand ambassador for L’Oreal.

Kao has issued a statement warning consumers over counterfeit products that have been found in retail spaces in North America.

Walgreens Boots Alliance has announced it is devaluing its Rite Aid acquisition from $9 a share in October 2015 – when the merger was announced – and will now be purchasing the company at $6.50-$7 a share.

Procter & Gamble has become the latest personal care giant to seek greater media transparency in its advertising spend, and will be reviewing its media contracts in 2017 as a result.

Retail giant Sephora is to expand its social impact strategy Sephora Stands after a stellar first year, with the program now inviting open applications in both the new sustainability category and the technology category.

Ulta is bucking the trend in US retail, with revenue rocketing and shares soaring last year – and it’s all thanks to a winning strategy, says Bloomberg Markets, that enables the cosmetics retailer to be all things to all people, with both mass and prestige brands on offer as well as in-store beauty services.

In celebration of black history month, Colgate-Palmolive has teamed up with Black Girls Code to produce a campaign aimed at helping young women of color to learn computer programming.

L’Oréal’s Indian division has ushered in a new parental benefit package in a bid to attract and retain high-potential employees, according to a report published by The Economic Times.  

Benefit has teamed up with facial recognition expert and neuroscientist Dr David Sadr to create a new microsite said to be able to interpret how a person is feeling by analysing their eyebrows.

Givaudan has judged its performance over the last financial year ‘solid’. The flavor and fragrances producer reported sales of CHF4.7 billion for FY 2016, up 4.2 percent on a like-for-like basis, or 6.1 percent in Swiss francs.

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