Unilever

Unilever's decision to scrap its final salary pension scheme will cut the retirement income for staff by up to 40%, according to Unite

Unilever slammed for ‘mind-blowing’ results

By Dan Colombini

The row over changes to the pension scheme at Anglo-Dutch consumer giant Unilever is set to intensify next month after Unite the Union compared the firm’s latest set of “mind-blowing” profits with its pension policy.

Workers at the Marmite maker will demonstrate in London tomorrow over the continuing pension row

Unilever strikes inevitable as pension row continues

By Dan Colombini

Only a last minute change-of-heart from consumer giant Unilever will prevent hundreds of its workers hitting the streets of London tomorrow to demonstrate over changes to their pensions.

Unilever has strongly denied 'Scrooge' accusations after cancelling Christmas gifts and parties for strikers

Christmas cancelled for Unilever strikers

By Dan Colombini

Marmite manufacturer Unilever has been branded a “modern-day Scrooge” after its decision to cancel Christmas celebrations ahead of the first strike in the firm’s history.

Unilever workers stage pensions demo

Unilever workers stage pensions demo

By Ben Bouckley

Unite the Union says members plan to demonstrate on June 7 against food giant Unilever’s plans to scrap final salary pension schemes for 5,000 staff.

Unilever chief executive Paul Polman

Unilever shakes up UK pension scheme

By Ben Bouckley

Unilever says it will start consulting UK employees this summer with a view to closing its final salary pension scheme.

Scientists during tasting session

Unilever serves warning on novel foods failure

By Rod Addy

Research and development (R&D) champion Unilever has voiced deep disappointment and frustration over the collapse of talks reviewing the 1997 EU Novel Foods Regulation, claiming it will hamper food and drink manufacturers' innovation plans.

Unilever says Colman’s investment may cut jobs

Unilever says Colman’s investment may cut jobs

By Ben Bouckley

Unilever says it is spending around £2.6m to upgrade production and expand production at its historic Colman’s mustard factory in Norwich, but admits that it could shed up to 20 jobs as a result.

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City: Unilever to enter a decade of growth

By Elaine Watson

Unilever is set to enter a new phase, “becoming a net acquirer of businesses for the first time in a decade”, according to analysts at Panmure Gordon.

City: Unilever strategy in emerging markets is 'hugely impressive'

City: Unilever strategy in emerging markets is 'hugely impressive'

By Elaine Watson

70% of Unilever’s sales could be generated in developing and emerging (D&E) markets by the end of the decade, according to City analysts covering a ‘hugely impressive’ investor seminar in Singapore run by the consumer products giant.

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