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Business Day|For Oreo, Cadbury and Ritz, a New Parent Company
Shareholders of Kraft Foods on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved Mondelez International as the name of the $35 billion snack foods company that will be created when the company finally splits sometime later this year. Coined by two of Kraft's ...
Kraft shareholders approve 'Mondelez' name for snack food business  Wisconsin State Journal
Kraft shareholders give 'Mondelez' thumbs up  CBS News
KRAFT FOODS SHAREHOLDERS APPROVE MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL, INC. AS NEW NAME FOR ...
NORTHFIELD, Ill., May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The shareholders of Kraft Foods Inc. (NYSE: KFT) voted today to change the name of the company to Mondelez International, Inc. The proposal was approved by more than 90 percent of the shareholders who ...
Kraft: Spin-Off To Spread Shareholder Value  Seeking Alpha
Classic snacks getting international makeovers
The rise in international revenue at Kraft was more than double the increase in North America last year. Kraft also plans to split into two separate units by the end of the year.
Kraft starts 2012 with 2 percent income growth
In its first quarter ended March31, the Northfield, Ill.-based global snacks company earned $819 million, or 57cents per diluted share.
EasyLink Sued by Investor Over $310 Million Open Text Offer
EasyLink Services International Corp., a provider of cloud-based business messaging and transaction services, was sued by a shareholder claiming Open Text Corp.
Danske Bank Cut With Eith Other Lenders by Moody's
Danish banks suffer from “a weak operating environment, pressurized asset quality and poor profitability,” the rating company said late yesterday in a statement published out of London.
Marks & Spencer Gains as Sales Goal Meets Estimates
Spending on international stores will increase by 50 million pounds in the three years through March 2014, the retailer said, with four new leases signed in Paris.
Howard Turner, Who Led Builder of Landmarks, Dies at 100
He became company president, succeeding his cousin, H.C. Turner Jr., as the firm was embarking on a joint venture with Del E. Webb Corp.
Airgas Founder to Step Aside as CEO to Focus on M&A
McCausland's announcement comes almost 15 months after he fended off a $5.9 billion hostile takeover bid from Air Products & Chemicals Inc., which had pursued Airgas for more than a year.
ISRAEL DAYBOOK: Iran Increased Output of Enriched Uranium
Mondelez International Inc., the global snack giant, is a player in predominantly Muslim countries like Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, where halal is the standard.