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  1. Material World

    September 2, 2014

    Burberry's blockbuster

    ...s subtly masculine, reminds me of Cool Water, not very unique but it’s nice. But then I have just had some chewing gum.” One definite is that it’s designed to appeal to as many different demographics as possible- as commercial as... Carola Long

  2. August 10, 2014

    Neil Woodford: ‘Pied Piper’ of Aim

    ...guy generally picks winners long term,” writes one user in a discussion about Revolymer, a maker of non-stick chewing gum. Revolymer’s shares have gained 14.1 per cent since the launch of the fund. In total 12 of the 15 Aim shares... By Kathleen Gallagher, John Kenchington and Matthew Jeynes

  3. August 1, 2014

    Road to Mandalay: the trade route vital to Asia’s future

    ...shopping malls. When she isn’t working at the family emporium, which sells everything from plumbing fixtures to chewing gum, Poe Ei Phyu’s entire life is oriented towards China. The Mandarin-speaking 33-year-old spends her days off... By Shawn Donnan

  1. July 31, 2014

    A bubblegum fix for banks will make finance safer

    ...revolution started with a packet of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit chewing gum. On June 26 1974 the packet carrying a barcode was swiped...finance – in much the same way that the bar codes on gum packets enable supermarkets to track stocks. This is long... By Gillian Tett

  2. July 4, 2014

    Non-stick chewing gum maker Revolymer appoints new chief

    Revolymer, the Wales-based maker of non-stick chewing gum, is appointing a new chief executive to lead its next...which develops innovative polymers such as nicotine chewing gum, has ambitious growth plans. The company recently signed... By Emma Dunkley

  3. June 29, 2014

    Victoria gives chief comfortable foothold

    ...bigger chunks of Stobart, the transport business, and took an axe to its stake in Revolymer, the maker of non-stick chewing gum in which it now has just 9 per cent. The difference, though, is that Mr Woodford has been visibly picking up shares... By Kate Burgess

  4. June 27, 2014

    Woodford picks stock tiddlers as well as giants

    ...Woodford has begun to build stakes include: ● £5m of shares in Revolymer, a polymer technology company that produces chewing gum, equating to a 19.2 per cent stake; ● £12.5m worth of shares in RM2 International, a pallet development firm... By Emma Dunkley

  5. The World

    June 25, 2014

    Suárez the villain takes 'la garra charrúa' too far

    ...studio guests took turns making jokes about the bite, and the internet is full of wit too, some of it corporate. The chewing-gum maker Trident tweeted: “Chew Trident. Not soccer players.” As the world’s psychologists queued up to explain... Simon Kuper

  6. June 12, 2014

    Sweetness of being paid to taste

    ...Mondelez International to test its chocolate, biscuits, chewing gum, confectionery and coffee. A veteran who has...several international sites where new chocolate, biscuits, gum and sweets are developed. It accounts for about an eighth... By Emma Jacobs

  7. May 18, 2014

    The public interest argument on AstraZeneca is overdone

    ...example suggests otherwise. As for Cadbury, its various US acquisitions included America’s second-biggest maker of chewing gum – bought, as chance would have it, from Pfizer. What we have here are not plucky British champions being picked... By Tony Jackson

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