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The Fresenius CEO will lead the world's biggest food company starting next year.
The world's biggest yogurt maker expects dairy sales to accelerate in the second quarter.
As Nestle, the world's largest food marker, looks to build global brands and overcome China weaknesses, experts say the possibility of a Hershey takeover is not likely.
The Pennsylvania confectioner's rigid ownership structure and Nestle's global focus would make a full-blown takeover unlikely.
This beloved, iconic consumer brand is on the wrong side of consumer and demographic trends.
Soft drink consumption faces irrevocable decline, as consumers increasingly opt for bottled water. Here's the best play on this long-term economic and cultural change.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer also discussed several battered biotechs while answering viewer questions from social media on Friday.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer discussed the bear market in biotechs while answering viewer questions from social media on Friday.
Stocks of companies selling food in line with the holiday's 'fresh and natural' theme are in, while the shares of the old-line packaged food giants are out.
European stock markets rise on Friday, following Asia higher.
Mondelez is something of a perennial target. With Kraft Heinz temporarily sidelined, other suitors may be tempted despite the target’s rich valuation.
European and Asian markets steadied after China's third devaluation of the renminbi in as many days was accompanied by a declaration that there was no basis for devaluation to continue.
BuzzFeed's original sponsored video content and 200 million monthly unique visitors are a big part of the reason Comcast is looking to bankroll it to the tune of $250 million.
The company is attracting investors looking to get a piece of a company that could be the first to bring a pharmaceutical based on microbiology to market.
European markets slipped back Friday in reaction to the Greek debt soap-opera and the continuing volatility on the bond markets. Telecom Vodafone was looking to exchange assets with Liberty Global.
China's plan to raise Internet speeds is expected to be a bonanza for Chinese e-commerce companies like Alibaba, but Internet service providers like China Telecom may be left hurting.
Mondelez is forming a joint venture with D.E. Masters Blenders, a Dutch coffee maker.
U.S. stock futures are sinking Friday at the end of a harsh week on the market. Investors will be looking to today's GDP and consumer sentiment numbers.
Manilla's ambitious push to lure projects that would have otherwise gone to China is getting the attention of multinationals eager to enjoy its low wages, English-literate workforce and new infrastructure.
The names likely to end up in acquirers’ shopping carts include Stove Top, Tang and Hidden Valley.
European stocks are mixed on Thursday, as an upset by Switzerland's central bank hammered shares in the Alpine nation.
With the disappointing news already out of the way, now's the time to buy, especially since Smucker is buying as well.
European stocks continue their downward spiral on Thursday, and Irish pharmaceuticals maker Shire extends Wednesday's losses as AbbVie abandons their takeover deal.
Stocks listed on mainland exchanges such as Yili's can behave in mysterious ways.
To what extent can United Biscuits, which claims roughly 25% of the British cookie market, revive Kellogg's slumping sales?
Spice maker McCormick has consistently raised its dividend and remains on the right track to deliver more to shareholders.