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European luxury and consumer group are tapping the $120 billion skin care market to boost quarterly earnings.
Friday rally rounds off a volatile week for European markets as risk stocks lead the way back up.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
More investors think luxury retailer is undervalued, Credit Suisse analysts say.
Strong corporate earnings drive post-Brexit rally across Europe.
The French beauty products company suffers from what it says was a temporary slowdown in U.S. professional products in the second quarter, as it struggles at home.
The Starcom Mediavest and Leo Burnett owner says restructuring benefits should kick in from 2017, and it sees little impact from Brexit.
The E.U.'s highest court says the clothing maker can force a market-hall tenant to stop renting sales areas to purveyors of fake goods.
With less than a month to go, European executives give stark warning on consequences of leaving the European Union.
European bourses at highest level since the beginning of the year.
Even in liberal Hollywood, women are still paid far less than men at the highest levels.
European stock indices were mixed on Tuesday as an early boost from Asia abated. Several strong earnings reports competed to set the tone, opposed by continued nervousness about Greece.
As it becomes easier for start-ups such as Warby Parker to reach consumers cheaply, they are posing a larger threat to big retailers and consumer products companies.
European stocks edge lower after the European Commission cut eurozone growth forecasts but stopped short of stating that any of the 18 member countries face economic contraction next year.
European markets fall Tuesday amid geopolitical jitters after EU governments abruptly halt new sanctions against Russia to assess the latest Ukraine cease-fire.
Shares of L'Oreal (LRLCY) are up on heavy trading volume after the French cosmetics firm announced that it's acquiring Los Angeles-based NYX Cosmetics, increasing its number of U.S. brands.
Thanks to ego-driven insecurities the much-awaited Publicis/Omnicom mega-merger collapsed, according to rival ad giant, WPP and other sources.
By Alex Gavrish, Etalon Investment Research; author of "Wall Street Back To Basics" L'Oreal announced buyback of an 8% stake from Nestle On February 11th, 2014 Nestle SA (VTX:NESN) and L’...
Coca-Cola and McDonald's are taking advantage of cheaper ads to upstage rivals at the Academy Awards.
These stocks are tied to the newly married star's celebrity.