L’Oreal Boosted by Profit Gain and $669 Million Buyback PlanAndrew Roberts
L’Oreal SA, the world’s largest cosmetics maker, reported a 12 percent gain in 2012 earnings and said it will buy back 500 million euros ($669 million) of shares in the first half of this year as sales outpace the market.
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