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They are all now in play, until proved otherwise.
Kraft Heinz's offer for Unilever boosted the FTSE 100 in London, but markets were in the red elsewhere.
The indices may test intraday lows, which we haven't seen at this point in the day in a very long time.
Wall Street is mostly lower in a quieter end to a record-breaking week in which stocks scored their best winning streak in a quarter century.
Unilever rejected a $143 billion takeover offer from Kraft Heinz, saying the deal "fundamentally undervalues" the company.
We have held onto KHC shares in part due to the potential for a deal, which seems even more likely now.
Kraft Heinz approaches a giant for a deal.
Stock futures retreat again on Friday, looking to close out the week on a bum note following Wall Street's best record-breaking run in a quarter century.
Unilever has rejected a takeover offer from Kraft Heinz, saying the $143 billion approach has "no merit" and "fundamentally undervalues" the consumer staples company.
The Unilever merger would expand Kraft's reach to brands including Axe and Hellmann's.
Demand for 'green' consumer products is rising and giants like Procter & Gamble are noticing.
L'Oreal is said to be working with Lazard on options for The Body Shop, as it focuses on skincare lines.
The Dow closes above 20,000 for the first time ever and U.S. stock futures are indicating the index will get off to a strong start on Thursday.
Unilever reported worse-than-expected fourth-quarter sales on Thursday and cautioned that a difficult trading environment lies ahead in 2017.
By 2022, Target hopes to have removed chemicals such as parabens and PFCs from many of its products.
Vegemite spread is among the brands the company is selling for a pretty penny.
These five stocks, including Boeing and FedEx, are showing important technical signs. Here's how to trade them.
Non-tech companies such as Walmart, Allstate, Unilever and General Motors spearheaded the acquisitions of some of the tech universe's most valuable private companies in 2016.
By making beloved brands that people everywhere need, Procter & Gamble and Unilever should weather any volatility this year and reward investors with growth and income.
Large-cap stocks are on pace for massive gains at the start of December, and these five breakouts could be about to lead the pack.
The owner of Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank named Gap veteran Jack Calandra CFO and treasurer effective January 3.
U.K. food producers and retailers warn on rising costs as Prime Minister Theresa May agrees to reveal her Brexit plans.
The sector is attractive again -- start with PepsiCo, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever.