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Silke Koltrowitz

Switzerland votes to make same-sex marriage legal by near two-thirds majority

Sep 26 2021

ZURICH (Reuters) -Switzerland agreed to legalise civil marriage and the right to adopt children for same-sex couples by a nearly two-thirds majority in a referendum on Sunday, making it one of the last countries in Western Europe to legalise gay marriage. | Video

Divided Swiss to vote on same-sex marriage

Sep 22 2021

By Silke Koltrowitz, Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi and Cecile Mantovani | Video

Divided Swiss to vote on same-sex marriage after fraught campaign

Sep 22 2021

By Silke Koltrowitz, Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi and Cecile Mantovani

Chronext aims to raise 250 million Sfr in IPO

Sep 10 2021

ZURICH Swiss online marketplace Chronext wants to issue new shares worth around 250 million Swiss francs and also place existing shares from investors in an initial public offering (IPO) at Swiss stock exchange SIX, the company said on Friday.

Pasta maker Barilla says high wheat costs a challenge

Sep 02 2021

ZURICH, Sept 2 Tight global wheat supplies and soaring raw material prices are creating challenges for Italian pasta maker Barilla while also exposing fragility in the food system, Deputy Chairman Paolo Barilla told Reuters.

Food for thought? Nestle taps students and startups in R&D drive

Aug 30 2021

LAUSANNE, Switzerland Food group Nestle inaugurated the biggest site for its "R&D Accelerator" programme on Monday, aiming to work with startups and students to speed the development of new products.

Lindt chocolate bunny hops towards victory in trademark battle

Jul 29 2021

BERLIN/ZURICH (Reuters) -Lindt & Spruengli's gold foil-wrapped chocolate Easter bunny scored a legal win on Thursday as Germany's federal court ruled its gold tone had trademark protection.

Nestle cautions on margins despite sales boost

Jul 29 2021

ZURICH (Reuters) -Nestle said input cost inflation would slightly squeeze margins this year even as strong demand for coffee boosted organic sales in the first half, allowing the world's biggest food group to raise its full-year growth guidance.

Nestle cautions on margins despite sales boost

Jul 29 2021

ZURICH (Reuters) -Nestle said input cost inflation would slightly squeeze margins this year even as strong demand for coffee boosted organic sales in the first half, allowing the world's biggest food group to raise its full-year growth guidance.

Consumers' sweet tooth helps Lindt & Spruengli shine

Jul 27 2021

ZURICH Strong demand for Lindor and Excellence chocolates boosted sales and profit at Switzerland's Lindt & Spruengli in the first half, allowing it to raise its full-year guidance as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic waned.

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