Jessica Alba's eco-friendly startup Honest Company is in talks to make some serious bank.
The e-commerce home goods company, which sells everything from diapers to cleaning products, is reportedly in talks with multinational consumer goods company Unilever to sell for $1 billion, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Alba, co-founder and chief creative officer of Honest Co., started the company in 2011.
BREAKING: Unilever is in talks to acquire Jessica Alba's Honest Co.; Unilever is seeking discount to company's recent $1.7B valuation - DJ— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) September 15, 2016
If the deal happens, it'll be Unilever's second billion-plus purchase this summer.
The actress and mother of two has made roughly $300 million in sales per year off of Honest Co.
Jessica Alba stopped acting and just started getting nothing but Ms gotta respect it.— Chase N. Cashe (@ChaseNCashe) September 16, 2016
Reactions on Twitter range from tongue-in-cheek praise...
...to just the facts.
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