Kraft Heinz Sales Fall for 8th Quarter in a Row
The company's profits were boosted by higher pricing but analysts are skeptical it can increase sales as consumers shy away from processed foods.
Unilever Sells Spreads Business to KKR for $8B
The business has been in decline as consumers turn to natural fats such as butter but KKR believes it has "a firm foundation for future growth."
‘Nimble’ Rivals Take Bite out of Unilever Sales
The company's underlying sales rose only 2.6% in Q3 amid competition from upstarts such as Halo Top ice cream.
How Dollar Shave Club Bested a Consumer Giant
At the Chief Financial Officer Leadership Forum in Los Angeles on May 9, the CFO of Dollar Shave Club explains the company’s meteoric growth.
Unilever Revamps in Wake of Rejecting Kraft
The company is buying back shares and taking other steps to placate investors after its rebuff of Kraft's $143 billion takeover bid.
Kraft Heinz Offers $143B to Acquire Unilever
The deal would be the third-biggest takeover in history but Unilever said Kraft's offer “profoundly undervalues the company."
How Delaying Payments Can Help Suppliers
Supply chain finance instruments such as reverse factoring helped make it possible for Unilever to extend payment terms without punishing suppliers.
Unilever Acquires Dollar Shave Club
Unilever gains a potent database of male buying habits, as well as a powerful internet direct-sales model, for $1 billion.
Square-Off: What Kind of Corporate Tax Is Best?
Our three debaters tackle the fundamental issues regarding how the federal government taxes companies.
Will Reverse Factoring Cause the Next Financial Bubble?
Reverse factoring can raise the risk profile of supply chains to dangerous levels, and could even cause a systematic financial failure.
Bringing Discipline to Your Sustainability Initiatives
Many companies have more sustainability initiatives than they can possibly manage. Here’s how to get them under control.