After selling a controlling stake in her London fashion label Ghost last December, Tanya Sarne will be leaving the company she founded in 1984.
Keeping true to her profession as a dermatologist, Dr. Patricia Wexler began her lecture to the beauty industry by asking if anyone was wearing sunscreen.
Susan Harmsworth has had her finger on the pulse of the spa business for nearly 35 years.
During her presentation, Liebmann discussed the societal changes that have led to a transformation in the shopping habits of consumers.
From Savile Row to the Serengeti, Andrew Bolton, associate curator at the Costume Institute, was into transitions at the Parrish Art Museum.
Unforgiving. In a word, that is the nature of the advertising market magazine publishers are facing heading into the second half.
Not every editor in chief gets to handpick their successor, but then, how often does an editor lure Oprah Winfrey to their parent company to start a hugely profitable joint venture?