Thirty-eight-year-old actress Mindy Kaling is expecting her first bébé. The news comes from an inside source, who described the pregnancy as “an unexpected surprise.”
Jessica Alba’s lifestyle venture of choice, the beauty company Honest, which stresses the importance of eco-friendly and non-toxic products, particularly for new moms, now has to pay a $1.55 million class action lawsuit for claiming their products did not contain a rash-causing chemical.
Tamron Hall, the woman who was unceremoniously dumped from Today to be replaced by one Megyn Kelly, reportedly (and rightfully) walked away from her “dream job” because she viewed the move as a “demotion.”
“Green” and “all natural” are popular pitches these days, which numerous brands have ridden to success. And now, according to the great corporate circle of life, it’s time for those brands to be acquired by massive conglomerates interested in separating hippie millennials from their money. Anyway, Unilever is buying…
According to a new report, the Honest Company is in early acquisition talks with Unilever.
Jessica Alba was on The Today Show Thursday morning promoting her new film Mechanic: Resurrection (I don’t think I remember the first Mechanic?), but after several minutes talking about working with Jason Statham and “kicking some butt” on set, host Savannah Guthrie pivoted the conversation to the lawsuits currently…
Exits are the name of the game for venture-backed startups—those investors want their investments back, with as much profit as possible, as fast as possible. And so Jessica Alba’s Honest Company is now reportedly exploring opportunities to sell, in addition to the possibility of going public.
One month after toying with the idea of going public, Jessica Alba’s Honest Company has been hit another lawsuit, this time over mislabeled products.
Jessica Alba, a woman who was once unlucky enough to star in a movie with Dane Cook, is now facing controversy for something that sucks less than having to actually kiss Dane Cook (but not by much). Her business venture Honest Company Inc., which is valuated at roughly $1.7 billion, is under fire for using an…
Baby diapers aren’t just full of baby poop—they’re also full of money!
Efforts to slay the work-life balance dragons are finally center stage—studies, books, and powerful women have made it a buzzy cause du jour. But that doesn’t mean every single woman with a corporate success story should be expected to discuss this issue at length, especially in contexts meant to highlight their…
Role model Helen Mirren wishes that she could tell people to “fuck off” more often than she does. Mirren was at Badgley Mischka’s Fashion Week show when she shared her thoughts on her favorite phrase:
Jessica Alba was on The Tonight Show last night so that host Jimmy Fallon, BFF to the celebrity ego that he is, could vociferously promote her new beauty line for The Honest Company, which Fallon maintains is “just crushing it” despite currently being pummeled by class action lawsuits.
After a wave of complaints from angry and roughly lobster-colored consumers, Jessica Alba’s Honest Company is defending itself from accusations that its sunscreen doesn’t work. In a statement to Us Weekly, Honest said their sunscreen works and doesn’t not work.
Jessica Alba’s Honest Company — maker of supposedly “non-toxic” cleaning products, diapers, and sunscreens — is getting a round of bad publicity after people complained on social media that they’re using the sunscreen and still getting burned. You had one job, sunscreen.