Source:Economic Times - BENGALURU: Paul Polman, chief executive of Unilever, one of the world`s largest consumer goods corporations, said innovations that have marked its growth in India, are now more relevant than ever, in recession hit parts of the world such as Europe.
4.32 PM Nov 23rd 2012
management services and support finance department to both Unilever as well as its Indian arm Hindustan Unilever. Unilever owns 52% stake in BSE-listed HULBSE 0.05 %, which also makes Kwality Wall`s ice creams and Close Up toothpaste. Unilever CEO Paul Polman said the Bangalore center will leverage
6.19 PM Nov 22nd 2012
Is Hindustan Lever facing a brain drain? If the latest story in The Economic Times is anything to go by, it certainly looks like it. Certain decisions by CEO Paul Polman, it seems, are not going down well with the Indian arm’s top brass. In the past 18 months, three of the top eight executive
12.05 PM Jan 27th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - By 2020, 75 per cent of consumer goods giant Unilever`s revenues will be from emerging markets, up from 56 per cent now. Paul Polman, Unilever CEO, addressing the media here today, said that Unilever has divided the globe into eight clusters to conduct its business.
9.03 PM Nov 26th 2012
Source:Business Standard - Unilever , the consumer goods multinational corporation, on Thursday said its global information technology, innovation and global enterprise support centre here would be expanded. Functional since May, the centre employs 1,400. Unilever s chief executive, Paul Polman
7.52 PM Nov 26th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Unilever CEO Paul Polman says that the consumer goods giant has set itself an aggressive objective to double its turnover. “But we have to do it in a manner that reduces our environmental footprint as well as improves our social footprint. It is important that we
7.15 PM Nov 26th 2012
1.Brent crude crossed 110 yesterday. 2.“The time of cheap food is over,” Unilever Chief Executive Paul Polman told journalists in Davos. "Don’t heave a sigh of relief over falling food prices. It’s temporary." 3.The IMF chopped its estimate for 2012 global growth to 3.3 percent from 4 percent
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