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Camber recognizes Target’s commitment to partnership

BY DSN STAFF

Clayton Smith Sales Representative of Camber Pharmaceuticals (left), Rick Joslin, Buyer, Pharmacy and Julie Vanhove Director, Drug Acquisition and Distribution of Target 

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Camber Pharmaceuticals, a generic drugs supplier, presented Target with its "Outstanding Partnership" award for 2014. Camber sales representative Clayton Smith presented Rick Joslin, buyer for pharmacy and Julie Vanhove, director of drug acquisition and distribution with the award based on sales growth and the spirit of teamwork between the two organizations.

“Communication from the Target purchasing team has been exceptional and has made it possible for Camber to make timely adjustments and tailor our services to best meet the needs of both companies” Smith said. “Target’s commitment to partnership has generated a dramatic increase in annual sales making it possible for Camber to maximize our value proposition.  This year especially we were thrilled to participate in Target’s joint business planning initiatives and look forward to continuing to drive mutual growth as a valued partner in the years to come."

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Pacific World receives $215M in financing from Prospect Capital

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Prospect Capital Corp. announced that it recently provided $215 million of first lien senior secured credit facilities to support the recapitalization of beauty company Pacific World.

Pacific World, which is a portfolio company of Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, manufacturers nail and beauty care products for the food, drug, mass, and value retail channels worldwide. It markets more than 5,000 products in more than 86,000 retail locations worldwide with such brands as Nailene, Trim, SensatioNail, Fuse, Fing'rs and Woodward's Myocide. Pacific World also acts as the exclusive sales and marketing distributor of Bio-Oil in the United States, and holds a licensing agreement to market Revlon-branded artificial nails and false eyelashes.

"We are excited to provide a one-stop financing solution to Pacific World," said Richard Carratu, a managing director of Prospect Capital Management LLC. "We welcome the opportunity to support LLCP and the Pacific World management team as they continue to grow the business."

The $215 million financing provided by Prospect marks the 11th time in the last two years that Prospect has invested more than $100 million in a single transaction.

Currently with more than $7 billion of capital under management, Prospect has closed more than $2 billion of new originations so far in calendar year 2014.

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Coty Beauty unveils new Stetson Caliber for men

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Coty Beauty has introduced its new Stetson Caliber fragrance for men, which celebrates the integrity and inner strength of today's young, hardworking American man.

Available at drug stores and mass retailers nationwide, the new fragrance opens with sparkling lime and black pepper. Earthy oakmoss adds depth of character, but the true star is the fresh and woody red sequoia note. Found only in America, the Red Sequoia tree gives the fragrance a strong, sexy masculine finish.

According to the TNS Online Omnibus Survey, commissioned by Coty Beauty Fragrances in July 2014:

•    90% of men and 88% of women think it's important for men to behave chivalrously toward women;
•    Men claim to be more chivalrous than women perceive them to be:  6-out-of-10 men in the United States consider themselves chivalrous, but only 4-out-of-10 women agree;
•    More than half of men claim they give others their undivided attention, but less than 1-in-10 women actually say this is true; and
•    The most chivalrous states are Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. By contrast, the least chivalrous are the New England states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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