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Ranir Invests In Global Technology, Hires Industry Veteran

"Hiring Dr. Thong is an elementary part of our strategic plan to continue to lead as a major international entertainer in oral and personal care products," said Ranir CEO Christine Henisee. "His key vision, depth of experience and Dr. Thong has been

Research and Markets: Procter & Gamble Co, in Beauty and Personal Care ...

Procter & Wager on is the global leader in beauty and personal care. Its key brands here include Olay, Gillette and Pantene. The partnership has however underperformed some of its rivals including Unilever and L'Oréal, which have made significant gains in

The Joe Andruzzi Foundation Celebrates Five Years of Helping Cancer Patients ...

The New England Celebrities Take a crack at Cancer Gala will fill Gillette Stadium with laughter, hope and inspiration on Monday, December 3, as the Joe Andruzzi Understructure (JAF) and guests celebrate five years of successful fundraising for cancer patients and

Is Bankruptcy The Path To Recovery For Troubled Cities And States?

He will whereabouts the issue in light of three recent developments: the increase in municipal bankruptcies, the U.S. Extreme Court's health care decision, and the economic crisis in Europe. Commentators on Skeel's approach devote are Anna Gelpern, a professor at

Half Of Razors Sold At Target Now From Harry's

After the displays come down and Harry’s products go back on the regular shelf with other brands, sales will probably fall again. What’s interesting, though, is the reason why the products came to Target in the first place .

Target wanted to bring back shoppers who have been buying a lot of their consumables online, and Harry’s was looking for new places to retail its razors. The partnership worked, based on each company’s research about its own customers.

Harry’s knew that its main customers, men, would rather buy razors and blades in person, but don’t like the price points and products available in regular stores.

Target shoppers, meanwhile, were looking for “something different,” according to the chain’s vice president of beauty and personal care. “We think Harry’s is filling a niche that wasn’t currently being met.”

Meanwhile, Procter & Gamble’s Gillette saw its sales fall during the Harry’s promotion, and the company now realizes that it needs to watch its back, especially now that subscription blade company Dollar Shave Club has the backing of its rival consumer products conglomerate, Unilever .