Retailers across the country have written letters to U.S Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to warn about how the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on Chinese goods could affect the American public. » Read More
By: Karin Shedd
By year-end, the global color cosmetics industry will be worth $48.3 billion. As consumer demand for makeup increases, the strategies of cosmetic retail giants Sephora and Ulta are converging. » Read More
By: Anne Stych, Biz Women
Target is teaming up with Chrissy Teigen: The model and social media star is launching a cookware collection in stores later this month, The Business Journals reports. » Read More
By: Laura Galligan
P&G said its shaving subsidiary will immediately stop buying the hair and sell off its existing inventory, which ranges in price from $30 for an entry-level brush to $250 for its Silvertip Engraved brush. » Read More
Retail analysts expect that the Kylie Cosmetics launch should draw heavy traffic into Ulta stores.
Mattress Firm has been selling a product marketed as "Therapedic," "copying the look and feel of the entire Tempur-Pedic brand and consumer experience," according to court papers, USA Today reports.
The products were produced between Aug. 1, 2017, and April 2018 and have tested positive for microbial contamination, USA Today reports.
Student loan debt has become a major barrier to homeownership in America.
From inflatable kayaks to fitness trackers, the Trump administration’s proposal to tax another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods would ultimately hit everyday consumer products, The New York Times reports.
Shares of La-Z-Boy skyrocketed on Wednesday after the company reported better-than-expected results for its fiscal first quarter.
Greener plastics are possible, but it's the journey from the lab to the market that makes it nearly impossible to reach the consumer, a chemistry professor explains in The Conversation.
Elemis is one of a string of premium skin-care brands to hit the market over the past few years, as consumer money flows towards preventative care.
African-American consumers sometimes spend thousands of dollars a year on their hair, contributing to the multibillion-dollar black hair care industry.
Kimberly-Clark, the owner of Kleenex and Huggies, is notifying customers in the U.S. and Canada of its plans, as it grapples with rising commodity costs.
Luggage maker Samsonite said Friday its CEO has stepped down following a report by a short-seller that questioned his credentials and the company's accounting.
Procter & Gamble will keep investing in Russian plants in 2018 and beyond, reaffirming its commitment to the market despite political risks.
Revlon appointed Debra Perelman as its CEO effective immediately, taking over the post from Fabian Garcia who stepped down in January.
Almost two-thirds of Americans say they're anticipating an increase in property values during the next year, according to Gallup.
Kimberly-Clark, the maker of Huggies diapers and Kleenex tissues, reported better-than-expected first-quarter sales, helped by its personal care business.
The $1.4 trillion in student loans Americans owe is making it increasingly difficult for them to become homeowners.