Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- The Wall Street Journal reported that hedge-fund billionaire Bill Ackman is drawing scrutiny from U.S. regulators for potential manipulation of Herbalife stock. Federal prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are reportedly interviewing people tied to Ackman, who has spent more than two years and $50 million campaigning against Herbalife since announcing his $1 billion short position in the company’s stock.
- TIME featured Disney star Debby Ryan’s work to educate teens about emotional, physical and digital abuse. Ryan, who experienced an abusive relationship herself, has partnered with Mary Kay’s “Don’t Look Away” campaign to fight domestic violence.
- Retail strategist Melissa Gonzalez, the architect behind J.Hilburn’s New York City pop-up shops, spoke to brandchannel about connecting to customers through pop-up retail stores. Gonzalez, who is the Founder of The Lion’esque Group, Co-Founder of THE MARKET and Author of The Pop-Up Paradigm, also discusses the way technology is transforming pop-up experiences.
- In a roundup of 10 Great Autobiographies From the Brightest Minds in Business, Entreprenuer featured the Mary Kay Ash autobiography Miracles Happen, which outlines the principles that helped the dynamic businesswoman build her eponymous cosmetics brand.