Photo taken in Przemysl, Poland, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Wojciech Inglot, a Polish chemist and businessman who founded and ran a cosmetics company, Inglot, which grew into an international success with nearly 400 stores in 50 countries, has died. A longtime friend of Inglot's, Mariusz Ziomecki told The Associated Press that Inglot died unexpectedly Saturday after suffering internal hemorrhaging. He was rushed to a hospital in Przemysl, the eastern Polish city where he ran a factory that produced his cosmetics, but doctors were unable to save him. Inglot cosmetics are sold in stores and malls worldwide, including Macy's in New York.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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Photo taken in Przemysl, Poland, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013.   Wojciech Inglot, a Polish chemist and businessman who founded and ran a cosmetics company, Inglot, which grew into an international success with nearly 400 stores in 50 countries, has died. A longtime friend of Inglot's, Mariusz Ziomecki told The Associated Press that Inglot died unexpectedly Saturday after suffering internal hemorrhaging. He was rushed to a hospital in Przemysl, the eastern Polish city where he ran a factory that produced his cosmetics, but doctors were unable to save him. Inglot cosmetics are sold in stores and malls worldwide, including Macy's in New York.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
Photo taken in Przemysl, Poland, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Wojciech Inglot, a Polish chemist and businessman who founded and ran a cosmetics company, Inglot, which grew into an international success with nearly 400 stores in 50 countries, has died. A longtime friend of Inglot's, Mariusz Ziomecki told The Associated Press that Inglot died unexpectedly Saturday after suffering internal hemorrhaging. He was rushed to a hospital in Przemysl, the eastern Polish city where he ran a factory that produced his cosmetics, but doctors were unable to save him. Inglot cosmetics are sold in stores and malls worldwide, including Macy's in New York.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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