Warren Buffett isn't used to big losses, and the failed Kraft Heinz bid for Unilever is a big one.
European markets closed lower on Thursday as investors paused for breath after fresh record closes on Wall Street in the previous session.
"When it comes to M&A, I think Nestle is no stranger to that," Nestle CEO Ulf Mark Schneider, told CNBC.
Nestlé CEO Ulf Mark Schneider talks about the food and drink company’s future strategic plans, with comment on potential M&A activity.
Nestlé CEO Ulf Mark Schneider breaks down the key details from the food group’s latest earnings, with comment on organic growth expectations.
Nestlé CEO Ulf Mark Schneider talks about the volatility expected in 2017, and why he expects the start of the year to be tougher than the second half.
CNBC’s Carolin Roth talks about the key takeaways from her interview with Nestle CEO Ulf Mark Schneider, following the food group’s earnings.
"We're making a lot of money in Europe," says the CEO of a major investment banking advisory firm.
Iconix is exploring a sale of its majority stake in Peanuts Worldwide, which owns the rights to cartoon strip characters Snoopy and Charlie Brown.
"They'll do well because the fundamentals are terrific," says the chairman and CEO of Gamco Investors.
The world's biggest food company is about to get its first outside CEO in nearly a century in a move that could bolster its flagging growth.
The company says its researchers found a way to change the structure of sugar particles by using natural ingredients.
Nestle eyes new technology that has the potential to reduce sugar in some of its products by up to 40% without affecting the taste.
Palm plantations in Indonesia which produce palm oil for global consumer companies have been found to have used child labor.
Everyone from government to independent foundations are funding microbiome research. Why bacteria's DNA is garnering so much attention.
"There is nothing wrong with a nice KitKat," says Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe.
Millennials are "the first generation now who is willing, consciously to spend more for better quality, for sustainability" Nestlé's Chairman told CNBC.
Nestlé Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, explains why the tide may be turning for consumer concern over pricing versus environmental impact.
European markets recovered from session lows to edge into the green at the close on Thursday as the European Central Bank held rates.
Latest company to be hit by the global slowdown affecting food manufacturers, posting its weakest underlying sales growth in more than a decade.