The mass-market beauty company had $96.8 million in sales for the first half of 2016.
Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.
In just shy of a decade, Sephora has transformed itself from an overseas underdog – albeit a glamorous one – into an 800-pound gorilla in the U.S. beauty marketplace.
Kerastase’s new e-commerce site, which is being launched April 9, rewards salons when users buy products online.
Mayor Adrian Fenty launched a $270,000 study Thursday to determine how the District of Columbia can spur retail development and capture the more than $1 billion residents spend on goods and services outside the city limits.
Responding to a spike in organized retail crime, two trade groups have joined forces with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to launch the Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network, a national database stores can use to share information on…
Major beauty retailers and manufacturers here are broadening their scope and extending their reach into the daily lives of their consumers.
It’s not easy being Colette. “My whole life is lived on the edge,” says the multimedia artist, who began transforming herself into different personas in the Seventies, long before Madonna discovered the power of reinvention.
It’s possible that by end of this summer, Janice Min and Bonnie Fuller could no longer reign as queens of their respective celebrity weeklies.
American Media Inc. continues to cut back at celebrity weekly Star. Though an AMI spokesman said on March 27 that no more layoffs would be forthcoming after the company cut 12 jobs that week, on Tuesday it bid adieu to a few more staffers.
The Pyramid Cos., which owns 20 malls in the Northeast generating about $5 billion in annual sales, is evaluating strategic alternatives for 16 properties in its portfolio.
An emotional connection. Those three words summed up the main theme of this year.