Companies

Lessons learned from the Failed Kraft Heinz-Uniliver Takeover

Kraft Heinz, the consumer products group owned by 3G Capital and backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, has withdrawn last week a $143bn bid for Unilever — the world’s 4th largest consumer goods company by sales, with revenues of €52.7bn. Unilever's largest shareholders have spoken out after the failed takeover attempt by Kraft Heinz, calling for a break-up of the consumer products giant, which may impact its food brands, including Marmite and Ben & Jerry's, being separated off from its personal care division. Important lessons could be drawn in the failed Kraft Heinz - Uniliver Takeover.  

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Samsung's Crisis Continues

Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee was arrested on Friday over his alleged role in a corruption scandal rocking the highest levels of power in South Korea, dealing a fresh blow to the technology giant and standard-bearer for Asia's fourth-largest economy.

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Tata Motors' Legacy in Turmoil

The Indian automobile industry has tremendous potential, emerging as a phenomenal source of high-quality supply for global technology. Amongst its leading ambassadors, Tata Motors, which is deeply embedded into the global engineering supply chain. 

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Rolls-Royce Set to Announce Historic Losses

Rolls-Royce Holdings plc, the world’s second-largest maker of aircraft engines, is set to report the biggest headline loss in its history next week, as it absorbs the impact of its £671m settlement with regulators for past bribery and corruption as well as a weaker pound.

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