The Apollo Theater’s 80th birthday party gala last night had so many fantastic music moments. But first, let’s talk hockey.
Estee Lauder Cos. said sales of its Mac cosmetics in Japan are exceeding those of the wider cosmetics market, as the world’s second-largest economy emerges from its worst postwar recession.
When Estee Lauder Cos. opened a store selling M.A.C. makeup in Lagos, Nigeria, this month, it didn’t have much company.
Attendance at the Amfar benefit last night at Cipriani Wall Street showed the organization’s base of support in the fashion, beauty and entertainment industries.
Leslie Blodgett, head of San Francisco’s Bare Escentuals, has hawked the company’s cosmetics everywhere from QVC to street-corner makeup stands. Now she has her sights set on conquering Asia.
Spending by U.S. consumers and businesses probably accelerated in November, a signal the economy is speeding up at the end of the year, economists forecast before reports this week.
Bruce Richards stood under a party tent anchored by multiple stakes in the lawn of his Southampton home. He was hosting the United Way of New York City “What’s on the Table?” benefit Saturday night.
The index of U.S. leading economic indicators increased in November by the most in eight months, a signal the recovery will strengthen early next year.
The index of U.S. leading economic indicators probably increased in November by the most in eight months, a signal the expansion will strengthen early next year, economists said before a report today.
"The biggest play for the corporation, period, in terms of market development today, is the M.A.C. brand."
- John Demsey on Mar 04, 2013