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Hershey CEO West leaves for Del Monte

Hershey Co Chief Executive David West is leaving chocolate bars for Del Monte canned vegetables and cat food, the second unexpected CEO departure at Hershey in less than four years.

Hershey to trim 5 percent jobs in $300 million overhaul

Hershey Co plans to cut 500 to 600 jobs, or up to 5 percent of its workforce, as part of a restructuring aimed at upgrading and enlarging its facilities to compete globally and save some $60 million to $80 milllion in annual costs.

Kraft beats estimates, analysts wary on Cadbury

Kraft Foods Inc posted a higher-than-expected quarterly profit as it showed improvement in legacy businesses like beverages in the United States, while absorbing recently acquired chocolate maker Cadbury Plc.

Kraft Q1 profit beats estimates

Kraft Foods Inc posted higher-than-expected quarterly sales and profit after its acquisition of chocolate maker Cadbury Plc as sales beat expectations.

Kraft Q1 profit rises

Kraft Foods Inc posted a higher quarterly profit, helped by sales and income from newly acquired chocolate maker Cadbury Plc.

Kraft under fire after Cadbury plant U-turn

Kraft Foods came under heavy fire from UK parliamentarians on Tuesday for raising false hopes about the future of a Cadbury plant as it battled to win control of the British chocolatier.

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Fitful recovery tests consumer goods makers in 2010

The world's biggest food companies and household products makers face a selective return to consumer spending in 2010, testing their resolve to avoid promotions and suggesting more industry mergers to come.
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Kraft gets over 75 percent of Cadbury, to delist shares

Kraft Foods on Friday said it had 75.41 percent acceptances from Cadbury Plc shareholders by 1900 GMT on February 4 in its takeover of the British confectioner and will now move to delist Cadbury no earlier than March 8.
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Cadbury shareholders approve Kraft takeover

Kraft Foods won control of Cadbury on Tuesday as holders of almost 72 percent of the British chocolatier's stock accepted the 11.7 billion pound takeover that will create the world's biggest confectioner.
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