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Kraft Foods has reinvented the Oreo for Chinese consumers. Its latest offering in China: straw-shaped wafers with vanilla-flavored cream filling. Kraft Foods hide caption

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Rethinking The Oreo For Chinese Consumers

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Jack Abramoff Explains The 'Lobbyist Safecracker Method'

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No, Hedge Funds Can't Foreclose On The Acropolis

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