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Kraft To Buy Cadbury; Citigroup's Loss Disappoints

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Kraft To Buy Cadbury; Citigroup's Loss Disappoints

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Kraft To Buy Cadbury; Citigroup's Loss Disappoints

Kraft To Buy Cadbury; Citigroup's Loss Disappoints

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Board members of the British chocolate maker Cadbury have accepted a $19 billion offer by Kraft Food Inc. The decision comes after months of resistance, in part over price. Meanwhile, one of the world's biggest banks struggles to make a profit. Citigroup announced Tuesday that it lost $7.6 billion in the final three months of 2009.

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