The region’s other manufacturing businesses should take note and encouragement from what Cadbury's American parent company is achieving.
Trade union and staff strike deal with parent company Mondelez International which will see more than 200 staff leave Bournville base but no compulsory redundancies
Cadbury Bournville workers have told to 'change behaviour and attitude' or leave the business
Mondelez says the ‘true home of Cadbury’ must ‘go through a transformation journey’ to secure investment of £75 million in new state of the art production equipment
City developer Anthony McCourt teams up with Chinese investors again for latest property project
AstraZeneca is the second biggest UK pharma company. It employs 6,700 workers, accounts for 2.3 per cent of British exports, and invests £2.8 billion in research and development.
The carillion at Bournville's charming Rest House is admired across the world. Christopher Morley joined the celebrations for its centenary.
But the £75 million investment announced by American owners Mondelez International in January can pave the way for a ‘world-class’ future for the plant for another 100 years, says the man at the helm
The Cadburys are back in business – with not a chocolate in sight – after a new generation of the famous Birmingham family started a property crowdfunding firm.
Investment at Birmingham chocolate maker welcomed by unions and business leaders
Birmingham chocolate-maker defeated by rival Nestle
Deal sees Mondelez International join a list of six high-profile sponsors, including BT and Sainsbury’s.
Sometimes, the business world gets it so badly wrong it’s difficult to know whether to laugh or cry out in frustration. Or just marvel at their naivety.
Dozens of the first-line management posts are being cut following a consultation period of only six weeks, it has been revealed
Vote of confidence from chocolate giant workers three years after Kraft Foods takeover
Kraft may at last give some straight answers about its plans for Cadbury when senior managers are quizzed by the Commons Business Committee next month.
Investors are lining up to buy the American drinks division of Cadbury Schweppes should the company decide to sell the business.
United States food giant Kraft yesterday unveiled a £575 million deal to acquire part of UK-based Jaffa Cake maker United Biscuits.
Cadbury Schweppes has sold its European soft drinks arm for £1.27 billion.
The stock market reacted cautiously yesterday to a generally confident annual meeting statement from Todd Stitzer, chief executive of Cadbury Schweppes.