It is unclear why customers cannot buy Unilever products on the supermarket's website
Consumer product maker could buy Honest for more than $1 billion, report says
Retailer’s staff granted stay of execution; UK construction giant wins California high-speed rail contract; BT beats Sky on Premier League opening weekend
London-based Unilever claims that two billion people use its products every day, however it did not previously own a shaving brand
Oxfam has tracked 10 leading global brands and ranked their performance on seven key issues: climate change, water, women, workers, smallholder farmers, land and transparency
Their makers have printed the caution on every packet for more than 40 years - but their biggest use is still the exact one we're warned against. Roberto A Ferdman looks into things best left alone
The maker of Magnum ice cream and Dove shampoo reported sales growth on an underlying basis of 5.7 per cent in the three months to end-September, well above the 3.9 per cent analyst estimate.
Research shows that 59 per cent of the public believe that recent moves to give apprenticeships and related schemes the same status as university degrees will lead to a general rise in their success in attracting school leavers
Brand conglomerate Unilever is ending its sponsorship of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall after 12 years and 13 commissions.
UN's biggest ever global-business event – the Rio+20 forum – sees 1,200 executives make commitments on more ethical, greener ways to work
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg joins the ranks of innovative business people willing to entrust their brands to faceless multinational corporations
We're buying fewer cleaning products and finally getting our hands dirty. Bring on the squalor, says Rhiannon Harries
Charlie Chaplin called him his "favourite clown," and generations of British filmgoers would have wholeheartedly agreed.
Premier Foods yesterday said it was considering offers for its meat substitute business including "Quorn". The company said it had "received approaches" for the business – which could be worth up to £250m – and was now considering a possible sell-off.
Since its establishment more than a decade ago, the reputation of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has been as spotless as the consciences of shoppers who buy fish bearing its blue "tick" logo in the expectation it has been sustainably caught. Until now.
Food giant bows to Greenpeace campaign and vows to cut its 'deforestation footprint'