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Berkshire Hathaway says it is objecting to Kraft's proposal to issue up to 370 million shares to help fund its acquisition of Cadbury.
Nestle agreed to acquire Kraft's frozen pizza business for $3.7 billion in cash, and Kraft said it would use the proceeds to offer a partial cash alternative in its offer for Cadbury.
Speculation is spreading that Nestle is a step closer to becoming the next bidder for the much-coveted British confectioner Cadbury.
Readers of TheStreet think that Kraft should bail from the bidding for Cadbury before it overextends itself.
Cadbury has been up in arms over Kraft's hostile bid and responded with a formal rejection on Monday. Should Kraft sweeten its bid?
Workers at Cadbury's union, Unite, are getting ready to unveil their petition to protect Cadbury's independence on Dec. 15th.
Kraft Foods might make changes to its $16.3 billion hostile takeover bid for Cadbury.
Kraft's CEO is bringing the company's hostile takeover of Cadbury directly to shareholders.
Union leaders at Cadbury are pushing Kraft for job guarantees while Hershey seems likelier than ever to make a formal bid for Cadbury.
Shares of Hershey have taken an early afternoon dip after union representatives at Cadbury held discussions with Kraft.
Credit Default Swaps for Hershey have risen to a record high with the company's growing risk profile.
The results are in from TheStreet's poll on Warren Buffett's latest stock picks: It is better to fuel up on oil than to stock up on food for investors hoping to ride out this market.
Berkshire Hathaway and Aetna are among companies trying to capitalize on demand for pet insurance.
Two consumer-related ETFs received TheStreet.com's highest marks in new coverage.
State Street's mid-cap ETF is outperforming its large-cap cousin, the iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund.
Foreign indices fell more than many in the U.S. last year, so there are bargains to be had.
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Three catalysts could drive the suffering confectioner's stock higher.
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