L'Oreal SA (OREP.PA)
28 Jul 2015
- Advertising company Interpublic Group of Cos Inc's revenue trumped expectations for the seventh straight quarter as higher advertising spending by U.S. businesses made up for the strong dollar's impact on international revenue.
PARIS, May 26 - L'Oreal is not interested in buying Procter & Gamble Co's Wella haircare business, the head of the French cosmetics group's luxury division told German daily Handelsblatt in an interview.
SHANGHAI, May 26 - L'Oreal SA will reduce prices of most of its imported products in China to boost domestic sales, the French cosmetics giant said on Tuesday, after China said a day earlier it will cut import tariffs on goods, including skincare products.
LONDON, May 7 - Long-term shareholders in companies in the European Union will be rewarded with extra voting rights or loyalty dividends if a draft law backed by a panel of EU lawmakers comes into force.
ZURICH - Food group Nestle said on Friday its skin health unit Galderma would buy certain, undisclosed assets out of Inneov, a joint venture it had with L'Oreal , in a bid to enter the market for food and drink with potential health benefits.
ZURICH, April 24 - Food group Nestle said on Friday its skin health unit Galderma would buy certain, undisclosed assets out of Inneov, a joint venture it had with L'Oreal, in a bid to enter the market for food and drink with potential health benefits.
PARIS, April 22 - L'Oreal shareholders will not implement double voting rights for long-term shareholders, as called for under a French law that has a stated aim of promoting stability at listed companies.
PARIS, April 20 - L'Oreal said on Monday the market for mass beauty products in western Europe had slowed in the early part of the year but was still growing moderately in North America as it posted a 14.1 percent rise in first-quarter sales.
* L'Oreal CEO says growth will come from sales pick up at mass consumer goods division
LONDON/PARIS, Feb 23 - Signs of a long-awaited recovery in Europe are starting to show through in the profits of leading global companies, even if their bosses are still giving most of the credit to strong demand in Asia or the United States.