Tag: Cosmetics/Toiletries
8 months ago
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Beauty Stocks Tell an Ugly Story About China

Are Chinese consumers clawing their way back, or not? Cosmetic brand Shiseido’s plummeting China sales—and stock pric...

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about 1 year ago
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Latest China Test for Western Firms: Consumers Switching to Homegrown Labels

More shoppers are choosing Chinese chic over foreign names, as live-stream retail gathers steam

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over 1 year ago
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Chinese-Backed Lanvin Group Makes New York Trading Debut After SPAC Merger

The luxury fashion company made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange after merging with a blank-check firm backed...

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over 1 year ago
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Investors See Shift in Europe’s Fortunes

The mood has brightened, spurring a recovery in the region’s beaten-down stocks, after a period of extreme pessimism ...

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over 2 years ago
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Chanel Faced a Consumer Backlash in China. It Fizzled.

When Chanel started marketing a new cosmetics range using red camellias, a Chinese competitor took offense and accuse...

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over 2 years ago
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Chanel Picks Luxury Industry Outsider Leena Nair as Its Next CEO

Leena Nair will become CEO of the luxury company next year after leading human resources at Unilever.

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about 3 years ago
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European Companies, Flush With Cash, Turn to Stock Buybacks

This year has seen a slew of companies in Europe putting forward share repurchase programs, a trend that signals grow...

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over 3 years ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | P&G Worked With China Trade Group on Tech to Sidestep Apple Privacy Rules

Procter & Gamble tested an advertising technique being developed in China to gather iPhone data for targeted ads, see...

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over 3 years ago
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U.S. Firms Get Another Boost From China

Coca-Cola, GM, Estee Lauder and others got a lift in the third quarter from Chinese consumers spending big, even as a...

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over 3 years ago
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A Young Beauty in China Could Turn Investors’ Heads

Chinese cosmetics haven’t been on investors’ radar, but some young challengers are starting to shake things up.

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