Mergers and Acquisitions

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Mergers and Acquisitions

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Coty to Aquire Tjoy

The company is expected to disclose later tonight plans to acquire the Chinese skin care brand.

H&M Buys Remaining 40 Percent of Fabric Scandinavien

Swedish giant plans to expand Cheap Monday, Weekday and Monki businesses.

Coty to Acquire Philosophy From Carlyle Group

Skincare brand generates sales upwards of $200 million.

Unilever and Sara Lee Deal Approved by European Commission

Green light clears way for Sanex body care brand.

Carrefour Sells Thai Stores

Retailer will net $1.19 billion for assets including 34 hypermarkets.

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Bluemercury Aquires Douglas Units in U.S.

Move helps to expand the retailer's store count to 33 by year’s end.

Regis to Receive Bids

Private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice said among second-round bidders for hair salon giant Regis.

Avon to Sell Stake in Japan Subsidiary

TPG Capital will acquire a 74.7 percent stake in Avon for approximately $90 million.

Komar to Buy Carole Hochman

Komar bolsters position as the biggest privately owned innerwear firm in the U.S through purchase of Carole Hochman.

LVMH Now Owns 17% of Hermes

The French luxury group LVMH said Tuesday it acquired the 3 million shares it had previously described as derivative instruments.

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LVMH Swoops In on Hermès

LVMH said it holds a 14.2 percent stake in family-controlled Hermès, and plans to be a "long-term shareholder."

Perfume Holding Forms Joint Venture With Luxasia

Perfume Holding, which produces John Galliano’s fragrance among others, and Luxasia have inked a joint-venture agreement for the Asian market.

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