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Unilever boss steps down after HQ move fiasco

The Anglo-Dutch group, the maker of iconic brands like Marmite and Dove soap, will be headed from January by Alan Jope

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It's absolutely vital to know what drives the reputation of the industry one is in

Emerging market sell off boosts company hedge demand

Those exposed to developing nations and their weakening currencies are raising hedge ratios.

Stroke of genius a bitter pill for inventor of glucose sensor

With the aid of a toy microscope, Professor Ian Shanks came up with an idea that has improved the lives of millions of people.

Unilever pushes for green growth

Consumer goods group Unilever unveiled an ambitious new sustainability plan that aims to double sales.

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