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Bonfield to leave Cadbury

Cadbury's CFO Andrew Bonfield to step down

Cadbury
CFO Andrew Bonfield is stepping down from the role as part of the takeover by
Kraft.

47-year old Bonfield joined the business in February 2009, after serving for
several years as CFO of Bristol-Myers Squibb.

My time at Cadbury has been too brief, but I’ve enjoyed every minute and I’d
like to thank all of my colleagues who make this such a special place to work,”
said Bonfield.

“Cadbury is in great shape operationally and financially and will be a huge
asset to Kraft Foods. I wish all my colleagues the very best.”

CEO Todd Stitzer will also stand down, along with chairman Roger Carr.

Further reading:

Cadbury
deal will trigger audit reshuffle

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like a box of chocs

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