Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done DAVI Luxury Brand Group Announces Voluntary Deregistration DAVI Luxury Brand Group, Inc. 8 hours ago 0 shares Done BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– DAVI LUXURY BRAND GROUP INC. (Company) (OTC BB: MDAV) announced today that its board of directors has determined that voluntarily deregistering the Companys common stock from the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (Exchange Act), are in the best interests of the Company. The Company is eligible to deregister its stock because it has fewer than 300 stockholders of record. Accordingly, the Company today filed a Form 15 with the Securities and Exchange Commission to deregister its common stock under Section 12(g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act), and to suspend the Companys reporting obligations under Section 15(d) of the Exchange Act. As a result of the filing of the Form 15, effective immediately, the Company no longer is required to file its periodic reports and certain other Exchange Act reports with the SEC. The decision of the Company’s Board of Directors to deregister its common stock was based on the consideration of numerous factors, including the large costs of preparing and filing periodic reports with the SEC, the increased outside accounting, audit, legal and other costs and expenses associated with being a public company, the burdens placed on Companys management to comply with reporting requirements, and the low trading volume in the Company’s common stock.
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SKIN’S NO. 1 ENEMY — GLYCATION — CAN BE REVERSED WITH NEW TruAge SKIN A.G.E. THERAPY GEL – Yahoo Finance
Link to footage of New Store Experience About Giant Tiger In 1961, Giant Tiger Stores Limited opened its first store in Ottawa. The business was started with a very simple idea – keep the cost of operation low and sell a large volume of merchandise at everyday low prices. It is the adherence to this idea that has allowed Giant Tiger to grow to over 200 stores. In 1968, another simple idea was incorporated into the Giant Tiger formula – franchising! Today, most of our stores are franchised so our valued customers will be better served by having the owner in the store. Giant Tiger franchise owners become members of the community, sharing community concerns and serving community needs. Giant Tiger also helps to bring communities together. In 2013, Giant Tiger donated more than $2 million to more than 700 local associations and charities across Canada. Giant Tiger offers a large assortment of casual clothing and footwear for the entire family, including many of the latest fashion items at the lowest possible price. The identical quality and fashion items offered by major chain stores are sold at Giant Tiger often at remarkably lower prices. In addition, Giant Tiger provides everyday needs for families in groceries, confectionery, pet food, cleaning supplies, housewares, stationery, toys and health and beauty products.
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Look Out For This Yes To Beauty Bike | StyleBlazer
Keep your eyes peeled for their bike, which will be stocked with best-selling products you can try. [ Read More ] Now that Marc Jacobs is placing his full attention on his namesake brand, his parent company LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is backing him up in a big way. Today they announced a new CEO for the brand, Sebastian Suhl, a promising young executive who was previously CEO Of Givenchy. [ Read More ] Russell Westbrooks Barneys collection drops today and introduces a new animal print we havent seen before in menswear: multi-colored elephant. [ See More ] This years CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund nominees were just announced, and the names include industry darlings Wes Gordon, Tanya Taylor, Gigi Burris, and more. Each designer gets to work with Anna Wintour, Diane Von Furstenburg, and Jenna Lyons, and could potentially win $300,000. [ Read More ] Since Michael Kors went public in 2011, his namesake brand has been doing amazingly well in the industrylast year they pulled in profits of more than $900 million. But can that growth be sustained? [ Read More ]
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AbbVie, Shire agree on $55B combination | TribLIVE
AGE Therapy Gel’s ingredients react with the dicarbonyls and take them out of circulation, preventing the formation of AGEs. From a Regular Beauty Routine to Protection AGE Therapy Gel works on its own and as Natural Argan Oil part of any daily skin care routine. The fast-absorbing, weightless formula is safe for all ages and skin types. Key Benefits: Protects – The topical TruAge Max blend is compromised of ingredients that create a protective barrier against AGE accelerators such as free radicals, environmental damage and moisture loss. Soothes – Oat kernel extract and beta-glucan provide a soothing effect on skin, reducing redness and irritation, as well as helping to strengthen the skin’s barrier function. Repairs – Carnosine has been shown to block AGE damage, protect minor cuts, scrapes and burns, and relieve dry, chapped skin. It also protects and relieves chafed and irritated skin. Availability AGE Therapy Gel is the latest addition to the TruAge Skin family. It is available now exclusively at the Morinda Online Store at a special introductory price of $42.00. To purchase, or for more information, go to http://www.morinda.com .
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3 Reasons Why These Two Serums Are Anti-Aging Winners, Says Sublime Beauty®
2) Moisturize properly. The Collagen serum includes aloe, ginseng, collagen and elastin among the ingredients to hydrate and moisturize, while the Retinol serum moisturizes but lightly exfoliates so skin is revitalized and fresher, and holds moisture better. 3) Heal. Retinol and Vitamin C are both well-known healers of skin, favored by dermatologiest. Retinol actually heals hyperpigmentation and sun damage, evens out tone, encourages collagen, combats acne, reduces wrinkles, and lightly exfoliates the old cells away – which improves quality and texture. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals attacking the skin, and boosts collagen production. And as the peptide Matrixyl increases collagen, skin “heals” as well, becoming more youthful, softer and smoother. Retinol should be used at night only; the Collagen serum can be used twice daily. Both are also available at Amazon in addition to the Sublime Beauty webstore. These two serums are basics that should be included in every anti-aging skincare plan!
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Giant Tiger to Build New Store in Belleville, Ontario – Yahoo Finance
Updated 6 hours ago AbbVie to buy Shire in $55-billion deal that slashes tax rate By Jim Puzzanghera Los Angeles Times (MCT) Illinois drug maker AbbVie Inc. said Friday it would buy European rival Shire for $55 billion and reincorporate in Britain, allowing the company to slash its tax rate in the latest move by an American firm to shelter its foreign earnings. The deal creates a pharmaceutical giant with 30,000 employees and a $137-billion market capitalization. The new company will be headquartered for tax purposes on the British island of Jersey, where Shire is incorporated. aThe proposed transaction would create a well-positioned and focused biopharmaceutical company, giving us the opportunity to expand and augment our product portfolio, advance our pipeline, accelerate our growth, and create long-term value for our shareholders,a AbbVie Chief Executive Richard Gonzalez said in message to company employees. Among AbbVie’s products is the arthritis drug Humira. Shire is the maker of Adderall, a leading drug to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The purchase adds fuel to an escalating debate in Washington about so-called inversions, in which an American multinational company buys a foreign competitor and restructures abroad to avoid paying the high U.S. corporate tax rate on its offshore earnings.
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