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______________________________Ontario Chapter Officers ChairSaina TaidiApollo Health and Beauty Care1 Apollo PlaceToronto, ON M3J 0H2Ph: (416) 758-3700Chair ElectElizabeth PeitsisPeitsis Azelis Canada Inc.235 Advance BlvdBrampton ON L6T 4J2Ph: (416) 427-5356SecretaryAndrea BoylanAndicor Specialty Chemicals Corp.590 Abilene DriveMississauga, ON L5T 2T4Ph: (905) 795-0911Fax: (905) 795-0912TreasurerRobert Castillo Univar CanadaPh: (416) 740-5300Fax: (416) 740-2227Directors Area IIBart MaxonPh: 989-496-3035Fax: 989-496-5508Christopher Heisig, Ph.D.STERIS CorporationPh: (314) 290-4747Past ChairShahin Kalantarid'Avicenna Inc.80 Cornerbrook DriveToronto, ON. M3A 1H7Ph: (416) 567-6572
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Johnson & Johnson launches Active Kids range in IndiaApril 27, 2017 Written by Georgina Caldwell
The US baby care manufacturer has launched a shampoo duo under its Active Kids banner, both formulated with Johnson & Johnson’s No Tears Formula and priced at Rs95 for 100ml and Rs175 for 200ml.“This foray into a growing kid’s personal care segment is in line with our core philosophy of bringing the power of science to enable happy healthy growth through clinically proven products specifically designed for this age group,” Johnson & Johnson (India) VP Marketing Ganesh Bangalore told DNA India. LVMH to gain control of Christian Dior as Arnault buys out couture arm for €12.1 billionApril 27, 2017 Writtenby Georgina Caldwell Bernard Arnault is hoping to bring Christian Dior’s beauty and fashion businesses under one roof, as the French billionaire owner of LVMH offered to buy out the couture arm for €12.1 billion, according to a report published by Bloomberg.The Arnault family is offering €260 a share to minority investors – in cash or Hermes stock of equivalent value. The deal would simplify the business ownership structure of the French fashion brand – LVMH currently holds a 74 percent stake. Shares in both companies rose following the news, with LVMH up 4.9 percent and Christian Dior soaring 13 percent.