Conny Braams, Unilever's chief digital and commercial officer, will leave the business in August after 33 years with the company, according to The Wall Street Journal.
to name a replacement but has not yet done so. CFO Graeme Pitkethly will also leave the company -- but in May 2024. The changes come as Unilever "prepares for the arrival of new chief executive Hein
Schumacher, who had been the CEO of dairy and nutrition business Royal FrieslandCampina" in July. Schumacher "succeeds Alan Jope, whose tenure has been marked by rising input production costs,
the failed acquisition of GlaxoSmithKline’s consumer-healthcare business and dealings with [activist] investors Nelson Peltz and Terry Smith."
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