Recent in People News (page 40 of 40)
Mar 15, 2006
Professor Robert Lochhead of the Institute for Formulation Science (University at Southern Mississippi) will give a polymer chemist's view of the epidermal barrier at Advanced Technology Conference (ATC) in Barcelona.
Mar 7, 2006
Croda Inc. announced two key promotions in its personal care sales division and marketing division.
Mar 6, 2006
Croda Inc. (Edison, N.J., USA) announced it has named Charles Moses as its research manager for ethnic products and hair color.
Mar 2, 2006
Mastertaste Inc. announced the appointment of Chris Long to general manager of its Sweet Flavors team in Commerce, Calif., USA.
Feb 28, 2006 | Laurie DiBerardino
Today, approximately 300 perfumers comprise the American Society of Perfumers, perhaps 1,000 worldwide. Currently there are many significant players in the ingredient side of perfumery, but one of the 15 current major suppliers can say its business is still all in the family. The family-owned Ungerer & Company was one of the first perfumers in the United States and holds court today among as one of the most significant suppliers in the industry. By L. DiBerardino
Feb 21, 2006
Hugh Y. Luo has been appointed sales director for China at Uniqema.
Feb 21, 2006
BioScreen Testing Services Inc. (Torrance, Calif., USA) announced the appointment of two members of its staff.
Feb 17, 2006
Dainippon Ink & Chemicals (DIC), Sun Chemical Corp.’s parent company, announced that Naoki Tsuji has been appointed chairman of Sun Chemical.
Feb 16, 2006
The E.T. Horn Company, a leading distributor, supplier, marketer and manufacturer of specialty chemicals and food products, announced that Frank Reilly has been named vice president, innovation technology, for the company's nutraceuticals group.
Feb 7, 2006
John Demsey, global brand president, Estée Lauder and M•A•C, announced two senior management appointments.
Feb 2, 2006
Unilever announced that Kevin George has been named vice president and general manager of deodorants.
Feb 2, 2006 | Laurie DiBerardino
The ability to break down barriers may be the single most defining trait in the make up of an innovator. In an era that suppressed women--particularly black women--and women-owned businesses were an anomaly, icon Madam C.J. Walker jump-started the ethnic hair industry and forged a beauty empire that lasted through the mid-1980s.