In 1985, Mr Buffett attempted to emphasise the importance of patience by using an off-the-wall reference to childbirth
Mr Buffett has a reputation for recounting folksy tales to illustrate business practices and the psychology of investing
Having sent Kraft packing, the company says shareholders will get more. It will be a challenge to achieve that while retaining high ratings from people like FTSE4Good and Oxfam
CEO Paul Polman will be under pressure to cut costs and jobs, and if he doesn’t, the American company will be back
Unilever unveiled lower than expected results sending shares more than 4% lower
Unilever was involved in a spat with Tesco after it announced that it would increase prices due to the slump in the value in the pound since Brexit
Unilever, which also owns brands such as Dove and Ben & Jerry's and Lynx, plans to have completed the move to recycable and reusable plastic by 2025
There's some City skullduggery to thank for the fall in the shares, but this retailer is showing signs that it is ready to deliver for long term investors
Marmite’s advertising slogan declares that you either “love it, or hate it.” For Britons, it appears to be the former as sales surged following the brief withdrawal of the yeast-extract spread by supermarket leader Tesco.
Despite the deluge of headlines it generated, there was actually nothing unusual about the process of a supermarket haggling with its supplier over prices
Tesco took Unilever’s brands off its shelves after Unilever tried to force price rises through, blaming Brexit. They’ve now compromised but it's hard to see the EU doing the same with the UK’s hardline Brexiteers
Issues surrounding the supply of Marmite and other leading brands to Tesco has been resolved and the items are once again "fully available", Unilever has said.
Unilever products are disappearing from the supermarket’s shelves after the supplier tried to impose price increases. Brexit is to blame
The war between Tesco and Unilever is making the pound worth even less
Hellman's mayonnaise, Surf washing up powder and Ben & Jerry's are all vansishing from the shelves but the company that makes them didn't mention its damaging battle with the UK's biggest supermarket.
It is thought a number of supermarkets are also embroiled in the row with Unilever