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Procter & Gamble's "first" direct-to-consumer service lets consumers text to order their blades.
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The luxury fashion brand bridges the gap between online and in-store commerce to get a real-time, 360-degree view of the customer and personalize the shopping experience.
Consumer goods companies are struggling to keep up with the data-driven market leaders.
The investment marks Dean Foods' entrance into plant-based beverages category.
The company will sell its interest in the Peanuts and Strawberry Shortcake brands to DHX Media Ltd. for $345 million.
Mars, Inc. took a unique tack in direct-to-consumer efforts this month by launching The Cocoa Exchange, an in-home party platform for chocolate lovers.
The planned acquisition of Yummly, a personalized digital recipe platform, expands on Whirlpool's goal of delivering a useful, smart home experience.
Jeffrey Harmening will take over from the retiring Ken Powell next month.
A nine-year company veteran, Yone Dewberry will run overall supply chain operations across the enterprise.
Barry Calpino will be responsible for the direction and success of cross-functional teams made up of consumer insights, marketing, research & development, packaging and design.
A new design from Ball Corp. reduces the carbon footprint by 18% while also making the can 20% lighter.
Using the upgraded solution, P&G hopes to accelerate and improve its packaging and product design, along with its requirements and program management.