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Regulator says US food company made false statements to improperly claim $200m in cost savings
3G is known for using big acquisitions to overhaul businesses, but this time the food group is looking to make changes from within
Effort to expand market share is a shift from the focus on M&A espoused by key investor 3G
Brazilian billionaire’s exit comes as processed food group shifts strategy
Continued retrenchment proves even Warren Buffett gets it wrong
Disposal comes as US ketchup maker seeks to pay off debt and revive growth
It will take time for the Brazilian-US investment group to find better hunting grounds
Big consumer goods companies have been boosted by changes in lifestyle during the pandemic
Both companies are seeking to permanently convert shoppers they have recently won over
France’s Lactalis to acquire brands including Cracker Barrel, Breakstone’s and Knudsen in US
Chief must invest in innovation to keep up with fast-changing consumer tastes
Pandemic provides a boost for the industry bellwether, but Kraft Heinz takes new writedown
Kraft Heinz and PepsiCo become latest groups to sell online, but can direct delivery take off?
Kellogg and Kraft Heinz see chance to win back customers who had shifted to healthier brands
Consumers seeking comfort in troubled times return to decades-old brands
The bond market is being flooded with junk-rated companies and there’s probably more to come
Companies rush to pull on emergency funding once considered taboo
Investors seem unfazed that more debt could fall off investment grade ladder
Foodmaker is biggest borrower to fall from investment-grade status in almost 15 years
Mondelez and Kraft Heinz sought to hold US regulator in contempt of court after public statements
S&P cites ‘significant mismanagement’ at food giant backed by Warren Buffett and 3G Capital
Food group avoids dividend cut despite $28bn debt burden
Investment group sold $713m worth of stock this week, reducing its holdings to 20%