(Bloomberg) -- Ben & Jerry’s has “no power and no authority” to sue its own corporate parent in its efforts to avoid selling its ice cream in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, a lawyer for Unilever Plc told a judge in New York.Ben & Jerry’s claims in a suit that Unilever’s sale of its brand and trademark in Israel to a local company violated the 2000 agreement by which the consumer products giant acquired the Vermont ice cream maker. The deal provided for Ben & Jerry’s to maintain an independent b
Unilever is facing down inflation with rapid price hikes. The bad news is that margins are still going to take a hit.
High-yield stock Unilever has benefited from price increases, but there's a cost to what the company is doing that can't be ignored.