For 90 years, Unilever has operated two headquarters in both Great Britain and Netherlands. Now, the consumer goods giant will simplify its structure and operate solely out of London. No jobs would be
lost because of the move, according to the company. The decision “concluded 18 months of deliberations over what to do — and was a reversal of Unilever’s last decision to
simplify its structure,” per The New York Times.
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