Los Angeles, CA
Sales: $205 million (estimated).
Key Personnel: Zvi Ryzman, president; Terri Cooper, executive vice president; David Woolf, executive vice president of retail sales; Mark Moesta, vice president of profe… Read More »
City of Industry, CA
Sales: $482 million.
Key Personnel: Eric Sung-Tsei Chen, chief executive officer; Bill George, president; Martin Toh, general manager; Eric Weeks, vice president, sales; Brian Talbot, vice president… Read More »
Sales: $676 million for cosmetics.
Corporate sales: $2.6 billion. Net income: $218 million.
Key Personnel: Rick Goings, chairman and chief executive officer; Anna Braungardt, senior vice president, w… Read More »
Sales: $1.1 billion.
Net income: $40 million for the year ended June 30, 2011.
Key Personnel: E. Scott Beattie, chairman, president and chief executive officer; Joel B. Ronkin, executive vice president… Read More »
New York, NY
Sales: $1.3 billion.
Net income: $53 million.
Key Personnel: David L. Kennedy, vice chairman; Alan T. Ennis, president and chief executive officer; Chris Elshaw, executive vice president and chief operating o… Read More »
Sales: $2.9 billion (estimated) for home fragrance and personal care products.
Corporate sales: $10.3 billion. Net income: $850 million for the year ended Jan. 28, 2012.
Key Personnel: Leslie H. Wexner… Read More »
Sales: $3 billion.
Key Personnel: David Holl, president and chief executive officer; Richard Rogers, executive chairman; Timothy Byrd, chief financial officer; Terry Cole, president, international supply chai… Read More »
Sales: $5 billion for personal care and home care products.
Corporate sales: $10.9 billion as reported by parent company Alticor.
Key Personnel: Steve Van Andel, chairman; Doug DeVos, president; Candace M… Read More »
5. Avon Products
New York, NY
Sales: $8.2 billion for cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances.
Corporate sales: $11.2 billion. Net income: $513 million.
Key Personnel: Sheri S. McCoy, chief executive officer; Charles M… Read More »
New York, NY
Sales: $8.8 billion. Net income: $700 million for the year ended June 30, 2011.
Key Personnel: Fabrizio Freda, president and chief executive officer; Amy DiGeso, executive vice president, global human re… Read More »
Sales: $68.7 billion (estimated for personal care, oral care and household care products).
Corporate sales: $82.6 billion. Net income: $11.7 billion, for the year ended June 30, 2011.
Key Personnel: Bob McDonal… Read More »
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Get “wow” brows with High Brow Glow ($20), a soft but strong highlighting pencil from Benefit. The original incarnation was a matte ballet pink; its sister SKU is bolder and brighter in a glowing champagne-pink shade. A single stroke un… Read More »
By Beth Ann Browne u2013 Dow Microbial Control,Phil Geis u2013 AdvancedTesting Laboratories, Tony Rook u2013 The Sherwin-Williams Company
Published April 30, 2012
Green aspirations must be tempered with practical realities—an environmentally preferable product is not a success if the formulation falls apart or is overrun with potentially pathogenic microorganisms due to the lack of an effective preservative. Read More »
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Naturally Fresh Deodorant Roll On in Lavender ($3.99)
This elegant deodor… Read More »
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As we know, nail polish is a cosmetic category rife with innovation right now—as seen in mass, where nail lacquer sales climbed 20% to $363.4 million for the year ended May 15, 2011 in supermarkets, drugstores and mass-market retailers excludin… Read More »
Vera Neumann was an American artist and entrepreneur best known for her boldly colored linen patterns and scarves signed "Vera" with a little ladybug. Vintage styles from the 1960s and 1970s were often topped with a Vera scarf in breezy pas… Read More »