Did Anti-Semitism Drive L’Oreal’s Takeover of Rubinstein? Books
Helena Rubinstein, the cosmetics entrepreneur, was “the world’s first self-made female tycoon.” Eugene Schueller, the founder of the French hair-color company L’Oreal, thought women had no business in the workplace. In 1988, after their deaths, his firm acquired hers.
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