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Reading into Warren Buffett’s Annual Letter About Kraft Heinz

Warren Buffett's annual year-end letter is here and it is chock full of ideas. Barron's Andrew Bary wrote about how Buffett is saluting Jack Bogle and putting hedge funds on blast. Emily Bary noted Buffett's big stake in Apple (AAPL),...Show More Summary

The Latest: Buffett says $143B Unilever talks soured quickly

Buffett said Monday on CNBC that his Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital abandoned Kraft Heinz Foods' bid for Unilever because they were interested only in a mutually agreed upon tie-up, not a hostile takeover. Buffett says it initially...Show More Summary

WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell may have played a key role in the failed Kraft/Unilever takeover bid (WPP)

WPP CEO Martin Sorrell momentarily found himself on both sides of Kraft Heinz's takeover bid of Unilever, according to a report from the Financial Times. The public relations company Finsbury, acquired by WPP in 2001, was hired by Kraft Heinz to advise it on the takeover bid. Show More Summary

A Berkshire Hathaway Beachside Retreat

Warren Buffett's Berkshire-Hathaway owns 400 million shares of Coca-Cola. It's one of his company's top common-stock investment positions alongside Kraft Heinz, Wells Fargo, IBM and American Express. For that reason, several folks who caught up with Wall Street Journal real estate reporter Candace Taylor's scoop that Buffett has put a longtime Laguna Beach, Calif. vacation...

Unilever Steps Up Profit Pace After Bid Surprise, Polman Position In Balance

Unilever CEO Paul Polman may have staved off an unsolicited $143 billion bid approach by Kraft Heinz but the sudden strategic review to boost profitability and placate investors show that his position hangs in the balance.

Breakingviews: Food Industry May Follow the Brewers’ Merger Frenzy

Kraft Heinz’s aborted $143 billion bid for Unilever could nudge General Mills, Mondelez and others into seeking deals.

The maker of Ben and Jerry's is reviewing its options - and its stock is surging (UL)

Unilever, the company behind Ben & Jerry's, Hellman's mayonnaise, and Dove, is up 6.6% at $38.20 a share on Wednesday morning. It's been a busy last few days for the company, which was approached by Kraft Heinz with a surprise $143 billion takeover offer last Friday. Show More Summary

Unilever to Review Options After Takeover Bid Is Withdrawn

The consumer goods company said it would seek to “accelerate delivery of value for the benefit of our shareholders” after Kraft Heinz backed away from a deal.

Deal Professor: As an Age of Nationalism Dawns, a Multinational Deal Collapses

The recent failure of Kraft Heinz’s bid for Unilever demonstrated the quandaries that large corporations could face as national barriers rise.

Dow Ends Day Up 118

Stocks are closing at all-time highs on Wall Street as the market resumed its climb after a holiday break, the AP reports. The gains Tuesday were led by high-dividend companies like real estate and utility companies. Kraft Heinz fell 1.8% after withdrawing its offer to buy Unilever. Investors were...

Breakingviews: Restaurant Brands Takes a Bite Out of Popeyes

The parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons makes a $1.8 billion bid for the fried-chicken chain after its Brazilian owner, 3G Capital, ponders another deal for Kraft Heinz.

3G’s purchases and their profit margins

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IT WAS the briefest of pursuits. On February 19th, Kraft Heinz, a food-retail company, halted its proposed acquisition of Unilever, just two days after it declared an interest in its consumer products rival. The marriage would have created the second-biggest consumer goods group in the world.

A major competitor to Kraft Heinz is gaining amid news that the company killed its bid for Unilever (MDLZ)

Mondelez International is up 4.26% at $44.31 a share on Tuesday morning as merger talks between the food company's two biggest competitors were called off on Sunday. Kraft Heinz, the maker of Velveeta, Mac and Cheese, and Heinz Ketchup,...Show More Summary

Kraft Heinz is sliding after killing its plan to merge with Unilever (KHC, UL)

The Kraft Heinz Company is down 3.07% at $93.68 a share on Tuesday morning. Kraft Heinz, the maker of Velveeta, Mac and Cheese and Heinz Ketchup, approached Unilever, the company behind Ben & Jerry's, Hellman's mayonnaise and Dove, with a $143 billion offer on Friday that was rejected the same day. Show More Summary

Morning Agenda: Snap, Financial Regulation, Kraft Heinz and Unilever

Google produced a horde of millionaires in Silicon Valley when it debuted on the stock market in 2004. Many in Los Angeles hope Snap’s I.P.O. will have a similar impact.

Unilever shares react to scrapping of Kraft Heinz deal

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Kraft Heinz has decided to withdraw its bid to merge with Unilever, killing a $143 billion deal        

Unilever shares react to scrapping of Kraft Heinz deal

Kraft Heinz has decided to withdraw its bid to merge with Unilever, killing a $143 billion deal        

Kraft Heinz,Unilever scrap $143 billion deal

Kraft Heinz has decided to withdraw its bid to merge with Unilever, scrapping a $143 billion deal that would have been one of the biggest in corporate history, the companies announced Sunday.        

Unilever shares slide after Kraft Heinz withdraws $143B bid

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The companies said in a joint press release that Kraft Heinz has “amicably” abandoned the offer.

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