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.
Frontier Spinning Mills ceo takes on new role on Ex-Im committee.
The ceo is the last holdout among the heads of the major publishing companies, having been preceded by her peers at Condé Nast and Hearst Corp.
The move, confirmed by the parent company Monday, is part of the Times’ renewed focus on its signature paper.
She may be leading the life of a princess, but Charlene Wittstock’s is a very busy one.
The company plans to focus more on its flagship at 33 Bleecker Street, where the entire clothing and accessories collections are shown.
The nine-piece collection, executed in silver with shades of blue, has a tribal, earthy feel.