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Johnson & Johnson rebrands baby care portfolio

Baby care brand, Johnson & Johnson, has always been under the scanner with people claiming it causes cancer and is actually harmful for a baby’s skin. The brand has stuck to using scientific research to back up the global appeal of its products. But that was up until now.

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Mamaearth targets word of mouth through moms for marketing

MUMBAI: When 26-year-old Ghazal Alagh was to deliver her first child, she learnt that there was no cure to her morning sickness other than to pop pills. Soon after delivering her baby, Ghazal and her husband realised that the market was full of toxic products for babies and new mothers. India does...

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Adobe Cloud will manage ads across TV & digital formats

MUMBAI: Adobe has unveiled its new Adobe Advertising Cloud, the industry's first end-to-end platform for managing advertising across traditional TV and digital formats. Combining capabilities from Adobe Media Optimizer (AMO) and recently acquired TubeMogul, Adobe Advertising Cloud simplifies the...

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India's startup gets J&J support for maiden device

Ray IoT is creating a non-contact wellness and sleep tracker for babies for which it has received support by Johnson & Johnson and HAX. Ray IoT will be introducing its product at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas 5-8 January. This is the first time a startup from India has been...

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Disney announces successor of MD Siddharth Roy-Kapur

MUMBAI: Walt Disney International has announced the successor to its former managing director Siddharth Roy-Kapur. As a second stint with the organization, Mahesh Samat has made a comeback and will lead The Walt Disney Company India as the managing director. He will pursue his new responsibility...

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