The wrong word…

November 27, 2009

Cadbury hits new high as bidders circle

Many analysts doubt whether either of these three would bid alone, but possible combinations of them could trump Kraft’s current cash and shares bid of 9.9 billion pounds ($16.4 billion) or push the American food giant Kraft to raise its offer.

In my Canadian Oxford Dictionary the definition for “either” is “one or the other of two”.

Should I return my dictionary?

R.O.H.

No, your dictionary is fine. We fixed that error in a subsequent update of the story: GBU Editor

A Ferrero Rocher chocolate is seen in Milan, November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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Shouldn’t a Cadbury product be a better picture for the article?

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