L'Oréal

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The L'Oréal Group are the world's largest beauty and cosmetics group. They have a registered office in Paris. Their products include skin care, sun protection and perfume. They are the main patent holder of nanotechnology within the United States. The group were established in 1909.

The net worth of the company as of 2017, is reported to be, $102.9 billion.[1] In April 2017, the company moved to its new headquarters in New York.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "A look inside L'Oréal's New York office, where employees of the $103 billion company can relax on a roof terrace and test products before they're on the market". Business Insider. Retrieved 2017-11-10.