Nelson Peltz has again emerged as a key player in the fortunes of Kraft and Cadbury after the “astonishing” decision to split Kraft’s $49bn business in two.
After its grilling in the House of Commons, the leadership of Kraft Foods is set to come under another kind of scrutiny. Activist investor Nelson Peltz has bought a $420m (£262.4m) stake in the company via his hedfe fund, Trian Fund Management.
Cadbury Schweppes is under pressure from activist investor Nelson Peltz to improve its financial performance.Peltz’s investment vehicle Trian Fund Management, which holds a 4.5% stake in the confectionery giant, has written to Cadbury’s...
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