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Minority vs Cadbury

|14:41, Updated at Sat, Jul 26 at 14:41Source : CNBC-TV18 | Watch Video : It is a case that embodies all that is good and bad about India's de-listing regime. 11 years after it de-listed, Cadbury India is still struggling to ... Moneycontrol.com, 4 days ago

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Cadbury Malaysia Gets Backing from Religious Leaders

'None of the 6 specific questions I asked Justice Lahoti have been replied specifically by... Shaping Our Football Story For many years now, football in India has suffered from the apathy of the state and corporates.... 'How A Corrupt Judge Continued In ...
 Outlook1 week ago Cadbury Malaysia reaches out to religious leaders  Marketing-interactive.com6 days ago Cadbury invites religious leaders and scholars to manufacturing plant  New Straits Times1 week ago

Cadbury to pay minority investors 50% above offer

The resolution to buy back shares came after the US-based Kraft Foods acquired the UK-based Cadbury Plc for $19 billion in 2009.According to the law, if there is 90% majority with the promoter's group, the company can pass a resolution for compulsory buyback.
 Economic Times1 week ago Court directs Cadbury India to pay minority investors 50% more than original offer for share buyback  Economic Times1 week ago "Bournville will see an increase in cocoa content from 44 to 50 per cent": Siddhartha Mukherjee, Cadbury India  Afaqs2 months ago
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INDIA PRESS-Bombay High Court asks Cadbury to pay 2,014.50 rupees per share for buyback - Mint

( http://bit.ly/WlMIAT ) Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Compiled by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bangalore)
 Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Bombay HC asks Cadbury to pay Rs2,014.50 per share for buyback  Livemint.com1 week ago
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Cadbury share buyback row far from over

The five-year-old dispute between minority shareholders and Cadbury India (now Mondelez India Foods) over the price at which the latter will have to buy back shares of the former as part of its delisting procedure, is far from over. Minority ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Remaking Cadbury India: The new team operating at Mondelez have to work as a startup  Economic Times1 month ago
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Free the Joy with Cadbury Dairy Milk

Cute animated baby from Cadbury's new campaign 'Free the Joy'One of the many Cadbury billboards Issued by Plato Communications on behalf of Mondelez South Africa - Today, 15:45 This winter, South Africa's best loved chocolate brand, Cadbury Dairy ...
 Fast Moving1 week ago Cadbury Dairy Milk launches a new TVC in line with their global proposition of Free the Joy  APN News3 weeks ago Cadbury Dairy Milk launches new TVC in line with their global proposition of 'Free the Joy'  Meri News2 weeks ago Cadbury: Joie de vivre  Agencyfaqs!3 weeks ago
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Competing halal standards leave food industry with indigestion

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - The storm of bad publicity that hit confectioner Cadbury in Malaysia after its chocolates tested positive for traces of pork highlights the costly, religious minefield food companies must navigate as they rush to tap the surging $1 ...
 Reuters1 month ago Malaysia denies pig DNA in Cadbury  Asian Age1 month ago Malaysia says Cadbury products found not to contain pig DNA  MSN India1 month ago Cadbury recalls two products in Malaysia due to pork DNA  Business Standard2 months ago

LIC, Britannia, Cadbury top meaningful brands

More and more consumers in India now prefer to go for branded products, with 82 per cent of them looking at brands as aspirational symbols and improved standard of living, according to a recent study.ÔÇťAbout 82 per cent consumers in India are increasingly ...
 Asian Age1 month ago LIC, Britannia and Cadbury top meaningful brands in India: Havas Media Study  Afaqs2 months ago Brand News: LEGO, Tesla, Walmart and more  Brandchannel.com3 weeks ago Nearly 82% Indians see brands as 'aspirational'  Deccan Herald1 month ago
First Post.com

Japan Inc. sees halal as gateway to world's Muslim population

Even though the claim was later retracted, the outrage that erupted in Malaysia earlier this year after Cadbury recalled chocolate treats that allegedly contained traces of pork DNA serves as a reminder of the influential voice that consumers of ...
 Manila Bulletin3 days ago Malaysia: Pork traces found in Cadbury, Muslim groups call for boycott  First Post.com2 months ago Malaysia Muslim groups call for boycott of Cadbury, Mondelez foods after pork traces  Reuters2 months ago Muslim groups urge Cadbury boycott over pork DNA in Malaysia  Business Line2 months ago
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Malaysia Says Cadbury Chocolates Free From Pork

Malaysia's Islamic body says that Cadbury chocolates have been cleared of containing pig DNA, easing outrage among Muslim groups who had called for a boycott of all Cadbury products. The health ministry earlier this month said porcine DNA was found in two ...
 NDTV1 month ago Cadbury chocolates free from pork, says Malaysia  Business Line1 month ago
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