A collection of the latest CG industry news.
Lululemon Athletica is acquiring in-home fitness platform provider Mirror for $500 million as it further builds out its digital experience offerings to consumers.
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General Mills is working with its retail partners to ensure its e-commerce business is running at full speed as it prepares for elevated demand to continue throughout the year.
Peter Harf will be elevated to the role of executive chairman and will work closely with the new CEO to lead Coty’s transformation.
On the heels of its first chief data officer appointment, the beauty company announced another series of executive changes as it evolves its leadership structure.
L’Oréal has signed an agreement to acquire Thayers Natural Remedies, a skincare brand from Henry Thayer Company.
Borden will be acquired by Capitol Peak Partners, a private equity firm founded by former WhiteWave chairman Gregg Engles, as part of a $340 million sale.
The group, which also includes McCormick, Post Holdings and Church & Dwight, will develop scalable, uniform standards for safely transporting and exchanging freight.
Mondelez International kicked virtual events up a notch with its Sweetest Prom Ever virtual prom party, a Chips Ahoy/Sour Patch Kids collaboration with DJ Steve Aoki.
L'Oréal's’ ModiFace augmented reality and AI company is now providing its technology for Amazon beauty consumers in Canada, forging another connection with socially distancing consumers.
Jane Lauder has been named executive VP, enterprise marketing and chief data officer of The Estée Lauder Companies, marking the first time the company has had such a role.
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Coty has entered into an agreement to acquire a 20% ownership interest in Kim Kardashian West’s beauty business (KKW Beauty) for $200 million.