And in the real world... Cadbury, J Sainsbury, Renault and more...

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And in the real world... Cadbury, J Sainsbury, Renault and more...
And in the real world... Cadbury, J Sainsbury, Renault and more...

Cadbury has criticised the conduct of Kraft Foods, the US food corporation that had an acquisition bid turned down by Cadbury last week.
Source: The Guardian

J Sainsbury is set to appoint David Tyler, the former finance director of GUS, as its new chairman. Tyler will replace Sir Philip Hampton in the role, who is stepping down to focus on his role as chairman of Royal Bank of Scotland.
Source: The Times

Renault is set to announce plans for a range of all-electric cars, which it hopes will match the price and performance of internal-combustion vehicles within two years.
Source: Independent

CBS Studios, the content arm of the US television network, has agreed a programming deal with Chello Media, the UK satellite and cable television operator. The deal, the first of its kind by CBS outside of the US, will allow Chello to broadcast programmes such as Dynasty and Star Trek on its "Zone" channels.
Source: Financial Times

Yell, the directories publisher, is holding talks with its major investors as it looks to restructure its £3.8 billion of debt.
Source: Daily Mail

Asda has launched an Asian clothing range to coincide with the Eid al-Fitr Islamic holiday that takes place this weekend. The supermarket is thought to be the first mainstream store to launch a range of traditional Asian clothing.
Source: The Guardian