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 •  Analysts Poke Holes in Lafley's Strategy  •  Estee Lauder Taps Eva Mendes  •  Scent Trends for 2016  •  Dollar Derails P&G  •  StriVectin Partners with mySkin Inc.
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Analysts Poke Holes in Lafley's Strategy
Published April 24, 2015
Question the company's direction. Read More »
Dollar Derails P&G
Published April 23, 2015
Sales and profits down in Q3. Read More »
Meijer Adds Dr. Lin Skincare
Published April 8, 2015
Derm-developed acne care line expands distribution. Read More »
BMO Says No to P&G
Published April 2, 2015
Procter's stock is downgraded. Read More »
Helen of Troy Snares VapoSteam
Published April 1, 2015
The latest in P&G divestments. Read More »
Skin in the Game
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published March 30, 2015
No-Ad enters the anti-aging skin care segment. Read More »
The Times They Are a Changin'
Published March 25, 2015
New York Times to Team Up with Facebook. Read More »
Careful with That Eye Cream
Published March 23, 2015
Derms call for proper storage. Read More »
The Age for Acne
Published March 17, 2015
We think of acne as a teen angst affliction, but blemishes are now popping up earlier then ever. Read More »
Consumers Clamor for Hydroquinone-free
Published March 11, 2015
A new Kline report sheds light on skin lightening alternatives. Read More »
Register Now for the CSPA Mid-Year Meeting
Published March 11, 2015
Driving Change Thru Creative Disruption is the theme of the event. Read More »
Quite a Bump, Baby!
Published March 11, 2015
The CEO at J&J gets a big increase in pay. Read More »
Sales Fall, Losses Mount at CCA
Published March 3, 2015
But company execs are optimistic Read More »
BASF Optimistic About 2015
Published February 27, 2015
Despite significant headwinds, the company expects 2015 to be better than 2014, primarily due to lower oil prices. Read More »
P&G Continues to Shed Brands
Published February 20, 2015
A trimmed down P&G will include 65 brands in 10 categories. Read More »