“Viral potential” gets overused a lot but this commercial for Cadbury definitely has it.
The foundering Kraft buyout of Cadbury is the latest example of how corporate boards are costing us trillions.
The company traces its origins to a British firm founded in 1903, and it was once a unit of Cadbury Schweppes.
From Peeps to Cadbury eggs, The Daily Beast ranks the 25 most calorific candies.
So, Kraft just sold its highly profitable frozen pizza brands to Nestlé for $3.7 billion cash to toss onto the Cadbury pile.
But, my dear Cadbury, why should she not have taken the diamonds openly and raised money on them?
"Very well, I'll send it via the window," said Cadbury coolly.
The last words came faintly back; Cadbury had passed Grey like a streak of lightning, his feet up, and his hands in his pockets.
"No, I won't shock you with details," replied Cadbury mischievously.
The wooden boxes in which Fry's, Cadbury's, etc., chocolates are packed are most useful in toy-making.