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“Unilever is paying $37.50 in cash for each share of Alberto Culver, representing a 19% premium on the stock's closing price on Friday of $31.48.”
“Unilever is not the only player seeking acquisitions in the personal-care segment.”
“Unilever is using its buying power to invest in one of the fastest growing segments of the consumer products industry.”
“Unilever is planning to launch the machine in Italy in a few weeks, and hopes for a launch overseas in the near future.”
“Unilever is expected to pay $37. 5O in cash for Alberto Culver, a 19% premium to its Friday closing price of $31.48, a person familiar with the matter said, but added that talks were still ongoing.”
“Getty Images Sales in Unilever's personal-care division were € 6.7 billion in the first half of 2010, up 7.9% when stripping out the effects of currency fluctuations, disposals and acquisitions.”
“Unilever is close to a deal to buy hair-care firm Alberto Culver for $4 billion.”
“Unilever is paying a 19% premium to Alberto Culver's share price on Friday.”
“Unilever is refusing to disclose the details/video footage of the event.”
“It's not trying to sneak it in, as Unilever is doing.”
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