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Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HLL.BO)

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Hindustan Unilever June-qtr profit rises
Monday, 18 Jul 2016 05:53am EDT 

Hindustan Unilever Ltd : June-quarter net profit 11.74 billion rupees; June-quarter net sales from operations 79.88 billion rupees . Consensus forecast for June-quarter net profit was 11.53 billion rupees .  Full Article

Hindustan Unilever recommended final dividend of INR 9.50 per share
Monday, 9 May 2016 05:06am EDT 

Hindustan Unilever Ltd : Recommended final dividend of inr 9.50 per share .  Full Article

Hindustan Unilever March-quarter net profit rises
Monday, 9 May 2016 05:06am EDT 

Hindustan Unilever Ltd : Says March-quarter net profit 10.90 billion rupees ;March-quarter net sales from operations 78.09 billion rupees . Consensus forecast for March-quarter net profit was 10.12 billion rupees .  Full Article

Hindustan Unilever Ltd - Kodaikanal mercury poisoning: HUL, ex-staff sign settlement - The Hindu
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2016 07:00pm EST 

Hindustan Unilever Ltd:Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has finally entered into a settlement to provide “undisclosed” ex-gratia amount to the victims consisting of future health care benefits - The Hindu.The company was facing a ‘class action litigation’ moved by the former workers of its thermometer factory at Kodaikanal who were allegedly exposed to toxic mercury vapour during their employment.Claiming the settlement as historical, the association’s counsel R. Vaigai said, “This is the first ever class action litigation moved by industrial workers against occupational health exposure.”.Highlighting the significance of the case, she said, “We have approached the court through a writ petition invoking Article 21, seeking the Central and the State governments to protect the life and personal liberty of the workers.We have not moved a plea for compensation/ damages.”.According to a joint statement issued by the HUL and the employees association, the settlement has been entered into on humanitarian considerations to put an end to the long-standing matter pending before the court for several years, in view of the suggestion of the Madras High Court.“We have worked hard over many years to address this and find the right solution for our former workers. We, alongside all involved, are glad to see an outcome to this long-standing case.The wellbeing of our employees and the communities in which we operate has and will always remain paramount.  Full Article

BRIEF-Hindustan Unilever Sept quarter profit up about 16 pct

* Sept quarter profit 12.76 billion rupees versus profit of 10.96 billion rupees last year