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How Will Kraft Food's Split Work Out?
The new global snacks company will be named Mondelez International. Mondelez is a combination of "Monde" and "delez," words that reportedly mean "delicious world.
KRAFT FOODS ANNOUNCES FILING OF FORM 10 REGISTRATION STATEMENT FOR PLANNED ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Kraft marketing VP Anderson heads to Mondelez unit
Ms. Anderson will hold the same title at the unit, which is expected to be called Mondelez International and house brands such as Oreo, Cadbury and Trident.
Southwest's AirTran to Keep Fees Three Years After Merger
... analysts projected. It was the largest daily gain since Nov. 30. The $1 billion cash-and-stock acquisition of AirTran Holdings Inc. in May 2011 eliminated a discount competitor and offered access to Atlanta, the smaller airline's biggest hub and ...
Kraft Sees Kick From Drinks
The faster-growing snack brands like Oreo cookies and Cadbury candy are splitting off to form Mondelēz International Inc., a $35 billion business that will try to capitalize on opportunities in emerging markets like Latin America and Asia.
Olbermann Trades Lawsuits, Insults With Gore's Current TV
Mondelez International Inc., the global snack giant, is a player in predominantly Muslim countries like Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, where halal is the standard.
Alcoa Posts Surprise Profit After Aluminum Orders Climb
Alcoa, traditionally the first company in the Dow Jones Industrial Average to report quarterly earnings, announced it would shut older plants in North America and Europe in January.
Dewey Loses 8 Lawyers to Hunton & Williams, Pillsbury
Mondelez International Inc., the global snack giant, is a player in predominantly Muslim countries like Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, where halal is the standard.
Consumer Confidence in US Rises to Match Four-Year High
A strengthening job market and leveling off in gasoline prices may keep underpinning confidence, raising the odds that consumer spending will continue to grow and benefit companies like Bed, Bath & Beyond Inc. and Toyota Corp.
MetLife Sidesteps Capital Questions as CEO Can't Read Fed
Kandarian, who was promoted to CEO 12 months ago, guided MetLife to a 30 percent stock decline last year as the Fed prevented him from using the company's capital to buy back shares and increase the dividend.
BRICs and beyond: Ferrero investment shines light on Mexican confectionery market
Michelle Russell takes a looks at what impact the company might make in the country and the competition it will inevitably face.