NETHERLANDS: Ben and Jerry set to go if Unilever won't back down on joint CEO post proposal
The gap is widening between Anglo-Dutch Food giant Unilever and the eponymous social heroes of its recent US$326m acquisition of Ben & Jerry's . Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, co-founders of the famous ice cream company, have previously admitted that they were unhappy with the corporate choice of Yves Couette as the new CEO on 20 November, but now they are threatening to leave if their own candidate is not made co-CEO.
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