It would have been among the biggest deals ever. Instead, Kraft Heinz’s pursuit of Unilever will become a footnote in history. Kraft Heinz, whose two largest shareholders are 3G Capital and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, pulled its $143 billion offer after news of its takeover offer leaked. Now, Kraft Heinz will look for new targets, and they’re probably going to be big, Bloomberg Gadfly columnist Tara Lachapelle tells Alex Sherman. She gives her predictions for what’s next on the wish list and explains why 3G’s other deal this week -- Restaurant Brands’s $1.8 billion deal for Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen -- reminds her of Kraft Heinz’s M&A strategy.
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