For someone who wanted to be a priest in his younger days but had to give up on the pursuit after the seminary closed down to make way for a police training school, 58-year-old Paul Polman has surely come a long way. The chief executive officer of the €48.4 billion consumer goods giant Unilever Plc is no longer preaching religion, but is instead espousing doing business the ethical and sustainable way.
The Davos Special
"We have been too long the silent majority"
Unilever Plc's CEO Paul Polman shares his thoughts on why sustainability is no longer side business
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