Unilever CEO Paul Polman has told reporters he will use his impending visit to 10 Downing Street to voice his opinion over Brexit, asking the Prime Minister to give business more time to work towards the UK’s departure from the European Union.

AkzoNobel has announced potential plans to double the capacity at its organic peroxides facility in Ningbo, China over the course of the next two years, with part of project already underway.

Cinncinati-based photographer Annette Navarro has filed a copyright lawsuit against Procter & Gamble over the unauthorized use of her promotional photography.

UK naturals brand Lush has hired immigration experts to conduct meetings with its staff across its UK and Germany bases in order to clear up staff concerns regarding the consequences of Brexit.

French fragrance and beauty company Interparfums has dodged rumors of a possible bid for Jimmy Choo due to being silenced by a Non-Disclosure agreement that it holds with the famous shoe designer.

Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) has been awarded a spot on Indeed’s ’50 Best Places to Work in the Fortune 500’ list, reaching number 21 on the coveted list.

Wal-Mart has announced a new program named ‘On-Time, In Full’, which will see suppliers penalised if they deliver goods early, late or without the full shipment.

Sulzer has announced an expansion of the GEKA site, located in Bechhofen, Germany, a move which will create 250 new jobs at the site.

Hugh Pile, Marketing Officer for L’Oréal Western Europe, is to be replaced as he takes a year off from the company to work on branding for his family business.

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