By  on August 21, 2017

The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc. has switched up its game — and it’s working.

The 70-year-old beauty company’s net sales were up 5 percent for the fiscal year, bolstered by increased e-commerce sales (both from its own sites and those of retail partners), greater penetration of the special retail channel and an overall focus on digital. Shares in the company spiked following results Friday, closing up 7.6 percent to $105.92, its highest point ever.

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