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Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola and Unilever join AB Inbev’s sustainable supply chain accelerator


Unilever and VentureDive introduce an instant snacking service in Pakistan called Munchies

Fast Company

Calling some types of hair or skin ‘normal’ ends now, Unilever pledges

Fast Company

50 global businesses—including Mastercard, Nestlé, and Unilever—announce commitment to transparency

Sam Wakoba

Mastercard, Unilever & KCB Bank to pump over $150,000 into SMEs in Kenya via their Jaza Duka program


Unilever Shows How Purpose and Profit Can Coexist


Unilever Will Lift US Ban on Facebook Advertising


Microsoft, Brooks, Unilever and others join Amazon’s Climate Pledge, topping 30 signatories


Unilever New Zealand to trial a four-day week

Pulse 2.0

Unilever Buying SmartyPants Vitamins: Details About The Deal

Bdaily News

Unilever sales return to growth as demand bubbles for cleaning products


Unilever's Mira Beauty Hires New CPO and Its First CMO

The Guardian

Unilever plans to remove oil-based ingredients from all cleaning products


What It'll Take for Unilever to Resume Social Spend


Unilever's Sales Dip, but Performs Well in North America


Brand leviathan Unilever pulls ads from Facebook, cites 'polarized times'

The Verge , SiliconBeat , TechJuice , +1

Unilever will pull ads from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the rest of the year

Fast Company

Unilever halts Facebook and Twitter ads in 2020, the biggest marketer yet to do so

TechCentral , VentureBeat , CNBC Tech , +3

Verizon joins growing Facebook advertising boycott

Fast Company

Unilever dropping ‘whitening’ products and ‘Fair & Lovely’ brand names—but is it enough?