Britain's Most Admired No. 4: Cadbury, Todd Stitzer

Leading Britain's fourth most admired company, US-born CEO Todd Stitzer is busy fighting off bids, from Kraft and others. Clearly they value the attractiveness of such a rare recessionary winner. Stitzer led the demerger between Cadbury and Schweppes, and has since spearheaded a successful transition into a truly multinational confectioner, perfectly placed to take advantage of both emerging markets and the insatiable British appetite for chocolate.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013


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