Walgreens Boots Alliance has launched a new make-up brand for generation Z. CYO Cosmetics made its debut in select Walgreens stores and on walgreens.com this week.

Arkema has warned that its Texas-based chemical plant could catch fire or explode after floodwaters following Hurricane Harvey caused power loss to its cooling systems, according to a report published by ABC News.

Shiseido has announced that it intends to transfer all the shares of its Kyoto-based unit, Shiseido Irica Technolgy, to Osaka Soda Co Ltd.

A red pigment known as Sindoor powder or vermillion, commonly daubed on the face during Hindi ceremonies could contain unsafe levels of lead, according to a report published by Reuters.

L’Oréal Paris has opened nominations for the second edition of its Canadian Women of Worth Awards. The nomination period runs through October 15, 2017.

Chinese Grand Fan Group has announced the acquisition of the Cicabel brand from Santinov.

L’Oréal has shared its human rights policy in response to calls for greater transparency.

The Kardashian sisters, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, have won a long-standing battle against Euro Kroma over the name of their former make-up line, Khroma Beauty, according to a report published by The Daily Mail.

She Leads Africa and L’Oréal-owned Dark and Lovely have teamed up to launch a program hailed as Africa’s first start-up accelerator for female beauty entrepreneurs, according to a report published by the International Business Times.

The owners of Chanel, Alain and Gerard Wertheimer, paid themselves a dividend of US$3.4 billion in 2016, according to a report published by The Guardian. The sum is double that paid out in 2015 and amounts to four times the company’s net profit.

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