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  2. Chewing on Mondelez International's Latest Quarterly Report

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    Mondelez benefited greatly from the resolution of arbitration over Kraft's grocery coffee sales battle with Starbucks. Although this is a one-time event helping Mondelez this quarter, the ...

  3. DJIA Component Kraft (Mondelez) Hits 52-Week High

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    A review of a chart going back 10 years shows that Kraft might theoretically have strong resistance if shares hit $42.00 or $43.00. The stock's prior 52-week high was $41.90 and the high today was ...

  4. How does J.M. Smucker Stack up to Kraft and Mondelez?

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    Towards the end of November food giant J.M. Smucker held its earnings conference call. Sales and free cash flow declined 4% and 70% respectively . Lower prices and a lower level of accounts ...

  5. 3 Dow Stocks Sliding - AOL

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    Breaking its four-day winning streak, the Dow is sliding lower this afternoon. As of 12:30 p.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEX: ^DJI) is at 13,559, down 33.48 points, or 0.25%. The ...

  6. Wikipedia:Vital articles/List of all articles - Wikipedia

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    This page lists all Vital articles.It is used in order to show recent changes.It is a temporary solution until phab:T117122 is resolved.. The list contains 48,778 articles. --Cewbot 08:08, 26 July 2022 (UTC)

  7. Wikipedia:WikiProject Portals/Newsletter archive - Wikipedia

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    There are now 4,140 portals, with more being created almost daily. Prior to this project's reboot, portals were created at about the rate of 80 per year. Since April of this year, we've created about 2,600 new portals, or 32.5 years' worth at the old rate.

  8. Microsoft - Wikipedia

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    e. Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology corporation which produces computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services headquartered at the Microsoft Redmond campus located in Redmond, Washington, United States. Its best-known software products are the Windows line of operating systems, the ...

  9. Amazon (company) - Wikipedia

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    Amazon was founded in July 1994 by Jeff Bezos, who chose the Seattle area for its abundance of technical talent, as Microsoft was in the area. [25] Amazon went public in May 1997. It began selling music and videos in 1998, and began international operations by acquiring online sellers of books in the United Kingdom and Germany.