Catch up on this week’s industry chatter with these click-worthy links:
- Fox Business Network’s Charlie Gasparino set Herbalife’s stock price aflutter on Tuesday with news of a letter from Herbalife’s legal counsel to OTG Research Group, the outside research firm of Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Capital Management. The letter calls on the firm to cease and desist what it terms “improper conduct” on behalf of Herbalife short seller Ackman, including contacting current and former Herbalife employees and offering compensation for confidential information on the company.
- After having her first child, model Erin Joy Henry found herself mentally and physically depleted, with less time to meet the demands of her career. That’s when she began using health products recommended by a friend in direct selling, despite her skepticism about the business model. Writing for the Huffington Post, Henry shared her evolution from skeptic to direct sales entrepreneur and holistic nutrition counselor, helping other people improve their health and finances in what she calls a “dream career.”
- Also at HuffPost, J.Hilburn’s Veeral Rathod has some tips on how to be the best-dressed man at any holiday party. Drawing on his expertise as Co-Founder and CEO of the custom menswear company, Rathod lays out a few rules of thumb to help his fellow men celebrate the holiday season in style.
- Two top Avon executives will exit the company at year-end, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. The beauty brand’s strategy chief and supply chain head, both brought on by CEO Sheri McCoy in 2013, were named by an anonymous source (paywall). News of the decision, reportedly communicated within the company last month, comes as activist investors including Barington Capital Management LP call for restructuring and new leadership within the company.
- Scentsy is lighting up the night with an elaborate holiday display at the company’s Meridian, Idaho headquarters. To get the job done, the home fragrance seller tapped a local husband-and-wife team, who set out in October to string 20 miles of lights on hundreds of trees across the corporate campus.
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