Everything is political now

Opinion: Companies like Gillette and Nike are doing what once would have been unthinkable—linking their brands with politics. They didn’t have a choice.

If Gillette wants to fix gender inequity, it should start with its razors

Anne Kingston: Actual change would mean an end to the absurd gender-ification and price discrimination perpetuated in the marketing of shaving products.
South Korea ferry sinking

Good news, bad news

The Boston Marathon’s return, a medical marijuana recall and a six-bladed razor
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Wash like a man

The soap industry is in a lather over its new male customers