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  • For years, the Swiss food giant had prided itself on organic growth between 5% and 6% per year, until it was forced to downgrade that target three years ago. Reported revenues of around €80.9bn in 2017
  • It will combined with Michael Foods, which makes a similar range of products, and was acquired by Post in 2014. Google took steps to bring back smartphone development inhouse for the first time since
  • owners of Kraft Heinz, Burger King and Tim Hortons and other brands. Best-known for its market-leading oral care business, Colgate also has a solid position in personal cleaning (Palmolive) and in pet
  • as part of a broad strategic revamp in the wake of Kraft Heinz's failed takeover bid. It will also combine the foods and refreshment divisions as a single business, and will reward shareholders for their
  • business following the shock takeover approach by Kraft Heinz earlier this month. The margarine business has for several years been one of the weakest remaining parts of Unilever's foods portfolio. Other
  • Within days of Kraft Heinz' withdrawal from Unilever, Restaurant Brands International - the Burger King and Tim Hortons group also controlled by 3G - launched an acquisition of its own. New Orleans-based
  • came in slightly under 4% while foods were just over 2%. Also as usual, all the growth came from emerging markets, while developed markets were marginally negative. Net profit rose 5.5% to €5.5bn
  • It faced similar opposition when, as Kraft, it launched a similar and ultimately successful attack on UK company Cadbury. Indeed that Cadbury business plays a significant role in Mondelez' latest move.
  • as well as Glad food wrap and trash bags. McGarryBowen gets a collection of lifestyle brands including Burt's Bees cosmetics, Kingsford charcoal and Brita water filters. However it won't handle Clorox-
  • and processed food so threateningly artificial. Lots of fun. Droga5's quirky spots for Google's Android operating system don't always work, but this one - another Oscars highlight - is adorable. We'


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