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No, Unilever is not actually pulling its ad budgets from Facebook and Google

Business Insider Tuesday, 13 February 2018
No, Unilever is not actually pulling its ad budgets from Facebook and Google· *Unilever turned heads in the ad world — and on Wall Street —  when its marketing chief Keith Weed seemed to vow to reduce ad spending on tech platforms like Facebook and YouTube.*
· *But it turns out, **Unilever is not actually pulling its ad budgets from the giant tech platforms. In fact, it has never has.*
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Unilever's chief marketing officer says the company doesn't want to be associated with platforms that "create division and promote anger or hate."

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