Kraft to go before BIS committee
Monday 14 March 2011
Senior executives from Kraft will tomorrow face a grilling from MPs as they update the business select committee on commitments they made after controversially buying Cadbury.
Kraft will appear in front of the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee to talk about integration of the two firms, including an update on jobs. Chief executive Irene Rosenfeld will not be present, but senior corporate and legal affairs executive Marc Firestone, Trevor Bond, head of Kraft in Europe, and Nick Bunker, the head of its UK and Ireland team, will represent Kraft.
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