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Mar 05, 2007 | 09:58 AM CST

Profile: Ellin LaVar - Banishing Bad Hair Days

By: Ellin LaVar

Everyone has had a bad hair day. But few have used it to guide their choice in career.

Mar 05, 2007 | 09:48 AM CST

Trade Routes: The Challenges of a U.S. Launch

By: Michael Long and Chris Czajkowski

The idea of launching international brands into the U.S. market presents an exciting yet intimidating proposition for many international brands. A strong U.S. management partner is the first step to meeting the challenge.

Feb 20, 2007 | 12:30 PM CST

Trade Routes: Where What Isn’t Will be Found

By: Michael Wynne

To survive, businesses must meet the demand for innovation by looking forward to the unknown. It has its risks, but it is where the greatest rewards will be found.

Feb 20, 2007 | 10:23 AM CST

Web 2.0 and the Cosmetic Industry

By: Randy Schueller and Perry Romanowski

Media sites and online forums provide a glimpse of how consumers are thinking about beauty.

Jan 05, 2007 | 02:55 PM CST

Dec 05, 2006 | 10:25 AM CST

Chemical Reaction: Embracing Phase Diagrams

By: Steve Herman

Understanding cosmetic scientists’ use of phase diagrams and the powerful insights these diagrams provide illuminates the possibilities for trend-setting products.

Dec 05, 2006 | 10:19 AM CST

The Innovation Marathon

By: Michael Wynne

The pressure to innovate is relentless, requiring a disciplined and consistent effort. Doing it successfully leads to growth in a competitive global marketplace.

Dec 05, 2006 | 09:48 AM CST

Sun Protection Report

By: Karen A. Newman

Beauty industry marketers have a new arsenal of technologies at their disposal in the development of sun care products and in the battle for market share.

Nov 07, 2006 | 04:30 PM CST

Beauty with a Twist

Beth Ann Catalano and Tina Hedges
By: Karen Newman

In a made-for-TV meeting just over two years ago, beauty industry veterans Beth Ann Catalano and Tina Hedges found each other—business partners with complementary skills and a shared passion for serving the customer.

Oct 26, 2006 | 02:55 PM CDT

Trade Routes: The Hidden Cost of Expatriate Executives

By: Michael Wynne

For companies using expatriate executives, avoiding the pitfalls in communication and culture can save the companies huge hidden costs, while expanding market share.