Safeway receives FTC request for additional information
PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway on Thursday announced the receipt of a request for additional information and documents from the Federal Trade Commission in connection with the FTC’s review of the Safeway/Albertson’s merger.
The second request extends the waiting period imposed by the Hart−Scott−Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 until 30 days after Safeway and Albertsons have substantially complied with the second request, unless that period is extended voluntarily by the parties or terminated sooner by the FTC.
Kari Hill named new celebrity hair colorist for L’Oréal Paris
NEW YORK — L’Oréal Paris has added celebrity hair colorist Kari Hill to its roster of experts, the beauty brand announced on Friday.
With more than 15 years of experience coloring some of the most well-known manes in Hollywood, Hill’s artistic perspective lends to her mastery of varied hair coloring techniques. She will join L’Oréal Paris global consulting colorist Christophe Robin in lending her insights and expertise to trend forecasting, product development, content creation and consumer education for the brand.
In her new role, Hill will be sharing her knowledge and insider tips with all women to help them recreate trend-setting and salon-quality hair color results at home using Mousse Absolue.
"We are thrilled to welcome Kari to the L’Oréal Paris family," said Karen Fondu, president L’Oréal Paris. "Her creativity and diverse coloring abilities married with her passion for education will help us further our mission of empowering all women to become their own beauty expert."
Kari currently works out of the Meche Salon in the heart of Beverly Hills, Calif., and balances her salon schedule with client house-calls and hair color work for red carpet events, premieres, film, TV and print.
Teva, Parkinson’s Unity Walk launch public awareness campaign to support Parkinson’s disease patients
FRAZER, Pa. — Teva Pharmaceuticals and the Parkinson’s Unity Walk on Friday announced the launch of a public awareness campaign, "CommUNITY: Carrying the PD Torch," to support Parkinson’s disease patients during Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month in April. The campaign aims to empower patients to set their goals and work to achieve them by uniting the community and encouraging patients in their PD journey.
The "CommUNITY: Carrying the PD Torch," campaign kicked off on April 2 in Philadelphia at the Rocky monument, which was blanketed in tulips, the worldwide symbol of PD. A Parkinson’s disease patient, Susan Battagliese, was onsite to share her experience with Parkinson’s disease and Daniel Kremens, Jefferson University Hospital Physician and Co-Director, Movement Disorders Program, spoke on recent developments in PD.
The campaign will culminate at the 20th Annual Parkinson’s Unity Walk in Central Park on April 26, where a torch of tulips will be brought from the Rocky monument to the Teva booth at the Walk. The Parkinson’s Unity Walk is the largest grassroots fundraiser for Parkinson’s research in the country and 100% of donations support research funded by seven major Parkinson’s organizations.
"We’re extremely pleased to partner with Teva during PD Awareness Month," stated Carol Walton, CEO of The Parkinson Alliance, the umbrella organization for the Parkinson’s Unity Walk. "It’s important to bring together patients and educate the community about PD."