Posted by | January 19, 2010 10:57 | Filed under: Top Stories

Isn’t that why they’re buying the company?

Kraft’s cash-and-share acquisition, which dealmakers said was struck after all-night negotiations at the London headquarters of investment bank Lazard, values each Cadbury share at 840 pence, with shareholders also set to get a 10p special dividend, bringing it to a total of 850p.

And that’s just for the Creme Eggs, right?

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