Mondelez

Mondelez/Hershey: bitter and sweet

Anachronistic chocolate group may be ready to modernise

Mondelez makes $23bn bid for Hershey

Rival chocolate maker rejects approach pitched at $107 a share

BHS overseas business sold to Qataris

Al Mana focuses mainly on luxury brands and will also buy website

AB InBev faces antitrust probe in Belgium

Regulator to examine if brewer ‘abused its dominant position’

Pension watchdog rules out deal clearance

Regulator says mandatory requirement would be ‘disproportionate’

Amazon eyes far horizons for drone launch

US rules lead to company carrying out testing overseas to get scheme off the ground

Goldman mystique based on goal-hanging

MPs incredulous at bank’s no-fee advice to Sir Philip Green

Dixons Carphone rings up 17% profit jump

Retailer dismisses Brexit fears but urges action on single market

Amazon’s cut-price phones to display ads

Group offers $50 off if customers agree to receive marketing

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Greene King lifted by acquisition of Spirit

Pub group expects Brexit to hit consumer spending in near term

Nestlé: health kick

Strategic change at a company this big is a major challenge

Michael Sherwood, Vice Chairman pf Goldman Sachs BHS hearings - RSS Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and Work and Pensions Committee Wednesday 29 June 2016

Goldman says reputation not enhanced by BHS

US bank is reviewing whether to keep Sir Philip Green as a client

Sony bets on virtual reality to fuel profit

Chief Kazuo Hirai’s pay hits record as recovery gathers pace

Molson Coors sells $5.3bn of bonds

Beer group in first highly rated deal in US since Brexit vote

Deaths prompt record Ikea recall

Furniture retailer takes action amid US push to prevent child fatalities

New claims emerge over BHS sale motives

Green hoped to be ‘absolved of responsibility’, MPs told

Jones vs Hodgson – only one winner

What makes the England rugby coach special is his insight into a player’s soul, writes Derek Wyatt

Ocado delivery

Ocado dismisses Amazon and Brexit fears

Shares in online grocer climb after revenues rise 15%

Intertain considers London listing

Canadian group appoints former from Gala Coral and Sportingbet

Nestlé signals willingness to adapt

Appointment of outsider from medical group underscores ambitions

Julia Hartz Co-founder of Eventbrite (established 10 years ago and now the largest self-service ticketing and registration platform for live events. At their offices in Hatton Garden. For Biz Life. Working lives.
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Box office gold — Julia Hartz, Eventbrite

Making ticketing easier and working with her husband

Wanglaoji tea
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China tea makers wage IP war

Rival makers wrestle for control over herbal canned drink

Artist's rendering of Barangaroo casino complex in Sydney
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Sydney approves A$2bn Barangaroo casino

James Packer’s Crown Resorts targets booming Chinese tourism

China consumption of cheap goods falls

Noodles and value beer decline but make-up and skin care surge

Nestlé appoints Fresenius head as chief

First outside appointment to top of 150-year old group since 1922

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