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  • "It's not that women before were not networking, but now it is a much clearer path," said Theresia Gouw Ranzetta , a partner at Accel Partners, a Silicon Valley venture-capital firm that was an early investor in Facebook and has financed women-led companies such as online handicraft marketplace Etsy, beauty-products company BirchBox Inc. and personal-finance website LearnVest.com.

    Making Strides at Start-Ups

  • "It's not that women before were not networking, but now it is a much clearer path," said Theresia Gouw Ranzetta , a partner at Accel Partners, a Silicon Valley venture-capital firm that was an early investor in Facebook and has financed women-led companies such as online handicraft marketplace Etsy, beauty-products company BirchBox Inc. and personal-finance website LearnVest.com.

    Making Strides at Start-Ups

  • The beauty-products division brought in about $27 billion in revenue in the fiscal year ended June 30, roughly a third of P & G's total of $79 billion.

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  • John Lyons/The Wall Street Journal On the Gregorio river in western Brazil, a full day by canoe from the nearest road, a man in the Yawanawá Indian tribe zips up and down a river with a canoe, engine and fuel paid for by Aveda, a unit of the beauty-products company Estee Lauder.

    Aveda's Skin-Deep Alliance in Brazil

  • To that end, the animal activist and founder of beauty-products company PRAI is giving $55,000 to rescue neglected dogs through Nowzad Dogs, a grass-roots animal-rescue organization started by former marine sergeant Pen Farthing.

    Activist Works to Rescue Stray Dogs in Afghanistan

  • When P & G reports second-quarter earnings on Thursday, results from the beauty-products division will be closely watched for evidence that Mr. Shirley's growth strategy is working.

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  • Mr. Shirley, the 54-year-old beauty-products division chief, overhauled the beauty group in 2009 in one of the biggest shake-ups in P & G history.

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  • When Mr. Shirley took over as beauty-products chief, the unit was too focused on North America and missed out on sales growth other divisions were seeing overseas, namely in developing countries.

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  • Mr. Shirley, who joined P & G in 2005 when the company bought shaving giant Gillette, has headed the beauty-products division since 2008.

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  • The beauty-products company also raised its full-year earnings estimate to $3.55 to $3.65 a share and said the Japan earthquake and tsunami didn't have a material effect on its quarterly results.

    Estee Lauder Profit Rises

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