And in the real world.. Cadbury, Tesco, Phorm, airlines and more
By Anne Cassidy, campaignlive.co.uk, Tuesday, 22 September 2009 11:00AM
LONDON - Today's round-up of the biggest business stories.
Cadbury has approached the Takeover Panel to ask Kraft to ‘put up or shut up’ on its £10.2 billion offer.
Source: Financial Times
Airlines are pledging to cut carbon dioxide emissions by half by 2050 in a move that will result in higher airfares.
Tesco has promised to clarify labelling on meat products to allow customers to see where the products have come from.
Source: Daily Telegraph
A Tesco boss has predicted that the market will be flat at best at Christmas for retailers.
Source: The Telegraph
Phorm, the online behavioural targeting company, has cut its losses by 40 per cent and predicts a strong future in its home market.
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