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Surf Excel ad: Mileage may vary, but brands will measure social engagement not tut-tutting of trolls
Business

Surf Excel ad: Mileage may vary, but brands will measure social engagement not tut-tutting of trolls

It doesn’t matter what we 'think' about the Surf Excel ad, what matters immensely to the brand is how much we’re obsessing over it and for how long. The fundamental disconnect between garden variety opinion and how brands measure earned media is playing out in real time, like it has in so many other moments. In recent months, the Nike ad featuring Colin Kaepernick, the Gillette ad riffing on the #MeToo movement have all applied the same tactic (or you could call it strategy, if you prefer) of inserting themselves into a cultural moment and then measuring the social touchpoints while earned media exploded around the bonfire they started.

Why the Air India Nariman Point property sale should be the template for future PSU disinvestment
Business

Why the Air India Nariman Point property sale should be the template for future PSU disinvestment

Air India’s whopping outstanding to banks and accumulated losses was a put-off for potential suitors for a going concern sale

HUL Q4 results beat estimates, profit up 6% at Rs 1,183 cr
Business

HUL Q4 results beat estimates, profit up 6% at Rs 1,183 cr

There could be "stress in trade pipeline" in the short term during GST transition, P B Balaji, the CFO said.

Hindustan Unilever agrees to settlement with former factory workers in Kodaikanal
India

Hindustan Unilever agrees to settlement with former factory workers in Kodaikanal

Hindustan Unilever Limited and former employees of the former thermometer factory in Kodaikanal announced that a settlement has been reached

HUL's domestic business grows 10%, but there are speedbreakers ahead
Business

HUL's domestic business grows 10%, but there are speedbreakers ahead

India's largest consumer goods maker, Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL), may have reported 10 percent year-on-year growth in its domestic consumer business for the third quarter ended 31 December, but it doesn't mean the slowdown is over

Hindustan Lever to pay Rs 5.5 lakh for unfair trade practice
Business

Hindustan Lever to pay Rs 5.5 lakh for unfair trade practice

Hindustan Lever has been pulled up for unfair trade practice by a consumer forum here which directed it to pay Rs 5.5 lakh to a purchaser of one of its detergents for not giving him Rs 5 lakh prize money according to a scheme launched by it.

Q4 results: How HUL plans on staying ahead of the curve
Business

Q4 results: How HUL plans on staying ahead of the curve

HUL is powering ahead with trebling its rural direct distribution reach, as part of an initiative it had launched in July 2010.

Can HUL sustain growth amid rising competition, price hikes?
Business

Can HUL sustain growth amid rising competition, price hikes?

With markets picking up, money is expected to move to under valued sectors from over valued ones, which is one of the reasons why HUL did not participate in the January rally despite markets moving 11 percent higher.