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Alan Jope

Unilever sets out new actions to fight climate change

Unilever sets out new actions to fight climate change

LONDON — Unilever announced on Monday new range of measures and commitments designed to improve the health of the planet by taking even more decisive action to fight climate change, and protect and regenerate nature, to preserve resources for future generations. Unilever will achieve Net Zero emissions from all our products by 2039. We will

Unilever announces changes to leadership team

Unilever announces changes to leadership team

LONDON — Unilever announced on Friday a number of changes to the Unilever Leadership Executive (ULE) team. Amanda Sourry, president, Unilever North America, has decided to retire from the company after more than 30 years of service to pursue new opportunities. Fabian Garcia, former president and chief executive of Revlon, has been appointed president, Unilever

Unilever’s Paul Polman to retire; Alan Jope named successor

Unilever’s Paul Polman to retire; Alan Jope named successor

LONDON — Unilever has announced that chief executive officer Paul Polman has decided to retire from the company. Alan Jope, currently president, beauty and personal care, has been appointed to the position, effective  January 1, 2019, with Polman supporting the transition process during the first half of the year. Paul Polman has been Unilever CEO

Unilever agrees to purchase Sundial Brands

Unilever agrees to purchase Sundial Brands

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J.— Unilever has announced an agreement to acquire Sundial Brands, a leading haircare and skincare company recognized for its innovative use of high-quality and culturally authentic ingredients. Sundial’s brands include SheaMoisture, Nubian Heritage, Madam C.J. Walker and nyakio. Since its founding in 1991, Sundial has championed inclusive beauty and has served the unmet

Unilever to acquire Carver Korea skin care

Unilever to acquire Carver Korea skin care

LONDON – United Kingdom-based consumer products giant Unilever plans to buy Carver Korea, a leading Asian skin care company, for $2.69 billion. The transaction, with Bain Capital Private Equity and Goldman Sachs, is subject to customary regulatory approvals, Unilever said Monday. Carver has become South Korea’s fastest-growing skin care business via sales of its AHC brand, which