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Cosmetics pioneer Estee Lauder dies of cardiopulmonary arrest. She was 97. Lauder turned a business of selling face cream into an international cosmetics empire. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Wall Street Journal reporter Sally Beatty.
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