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Unilever Chief Awarded Prize From Columbia Business School

December 4, 2007

Unilever announced that its group chief executive, Patrick Cescau, was named the 2007 recipient of the Botwinick Prize in Ethics by the renowned Columbia Business School.

The Botwinick Prize in Ethics is awarded to an individual from a business organization that exemplifies the highest standard of professional and ethical conduct.

Each year the acceptance speech is delivered to MBA students, faculty, alumni and staff.

A past winner included the late Anita Roddick, co-founder and chief executive of The Body Shop.

More info: www.unilever.com.

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