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  • The global market remained challenging for Unilever in 2Q. Underlying sales growth on a like-for-like basis, excluding the divested spreads business, was a sluggish 1.9% for the quarter. However, that
  • Ikea, Samsung, Heineken, McDonald's, Mars and Unilever. Former Grey Global creative chief Tor Myhren, now VP, marketing & communications at Apple, will accept the award at the closing ceremony on June
  • Unilever CEO Paul Polman will step down at the end of the year, to be succeeded by Alan Jope, a Unilever "lifer" who is currently head of its beauty and personal care business. Polman will stay on for
  • He joins the group after a long career at Unilever. He succeeds Thierry Koskas, who has transferred to the position of president, Renault Sport Racing. Diageo has offloaded a collection of non-core
  • Former Diageo and Unilever marketer James Thompson has joined Avon as chief beauty & brand officer, with a brief to launch a "major rejuvenation" of the brand globally, with a particular emphasis on Asia
  • Slimfast was originally acquired by Unilever in 2000 for a lavish $2.3bn, but proved to be a disastrous investment. Sales plunged over the following years as other dieting systems, such as Atkins, surged
  • Unilever abandoned a plan to transfer its main corporate base to the Netherlands following opposition from several of its biggest institutional shareholders. The Anglo-Dutch group has been attempting
  • Unilever Dove "I'm Fine" by Ogilvy UK >Ad Council / Brady Center "End Family Fire" by Droga5 NY >Walmart "Ode to Motherhood" by Mark Zibert & Scouts Honor >Turkish Airlines "LEGO Safety Video" by
  • an outrageous concept from Ogilvy Singapore for Unilever's global skincare brand Pond's, now extended to men's grooming products. Very funny, but also more than a little gross. Even better, it's two ads
  • The outsiders are said to be Unilever's chief marketing officer Keith Weed and former AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, now head of Verizon's Oath digital media division, which includes both AOL and Yahoo. Armstrong'


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