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Unilever Cooks Up Deal to Sell Ragu Business for $2.15 Billion
Unilever has cooked up a deal to sell ownership of its Ragu and Bertolli pasta sauce businesses to Japanese condiments maker Mizkan Group for $2.15 billion. Mizkan will obtain two factories in Kentucky and a tomato processing plant in California. The acquisition expands Mizkan's product portfolio, which includes rice vinegar as a large focus. Unilever called the sale one of the final steps in restructuring its business in North America as it focuses more on beauty and health products. According to Unilever, the Ragu and Bertolli business leads the pasta sauce category in the U.S. with combined annual sales of $600 million. Unilever said the deal will close in June.
SANTA BARBARA SHOOTING VIDEO
New video of victims hiding from Santa Barbara killer Elliot Rodger inside a restaurant.
Amtrak train conductor goes off on passenger
Filmed on Amtrak.
Top 10 Video Game Villains
With a great videogame, you need a great villain to get you motivated. Join http://www.watchmojo.com as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 Video Game Villains. Special Thanks to our users "Jack Morris" "aldqbigsquare" & "7AMart1" for suggesting this topic on our website Watchmojo.com/suggest
THAILAND FACEBOOK SHUTDOWN
Facebook was down in Thailand, but the military says it wasn't their fault. They do admit to watching what is being said on social media.
OBAMA ON HANDLING THE WORLD
President Obama laid out his new foreign policy vision Wednesday, during West Point's graduation.
Scosche BoomBottle H20: A sporty, tubular waterproof Bluetooth speaker
While it has its sound limitations, the downsized version of Scosche's original BoomBottle is a pretty decent little wireless speaker.
McCain: VA Secretary Should Resign
Veterans at the Phoenix veterans hospital waited on average 115 days for their first medical appointment, which is 91 days longer than the hospital reported, the Department of Veteran Affairs' internal watchdog said Wednesday. (May 28)
$1 Million Refund Disappears Before Best Buy Employees' Eyes
HaanZFilmZ is known for his mind-blowing magic tricks. His latest venture involved tricking Best Buy employees into thinking that the company gave him a $1 million refund for a $1,000 camera. After several employees saw the receipt with the extra return, the prankster somehow made zeros disappear on the piece of paper and confused the staff even more!