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How Will Kraft Food's Split Work Out?
The new global snacks company will be named Mondelez International. Mondelez is a combination of "Monde" and "delez," words that reportedly mean "delicious world.
Kraft marketing VP Anderson heads to Mondelez unit
Ms. Anderson will hold the same title at the unit, which is expected to be called Mondelez International and house brands such as Oreo, Cadbury and Trident.
Kraft Sees Kick From Drinks
The faster-growing snack brands like Oreo cookies and Cadbury candy are splitting off to form Mondelēz International Inc., a $35 billion business that will try to capitalize on opportunities in emerging markets like Latin America and Asia.
Coming up with corporate names takes time and money, and results are mixed.
Creating corporate names used to be a fairly simple endeavor, in some cases as easy as throwing the founders' names out front.
Best Buy Closing 6 Chicagoland Stores
Best Buy announced plans on Saturday to close six stores in Chicagoland as part of a transformation strategy that involves closing 50 stores nationwide.
Companies pressured over ties to 'Stand Your Ground' group
"ALEC covers numerous issues, but our involvement has been strictly limited to discussions about economic growth and development, transportation and tax policy," the company said. While Kraft and Coca-Cola did not specifically refer to the anti-ALEC ...
Kraft signs deal with Costa Coffee on Tassimo
The North American grocery brands will continue to carry the Kraft name and cover brands like Oscar Mayer meats and Maxwell House coffee.
Deloitte applies for '.deloitte' top level domain, but is it worth it?
Deloitte has announced that it submitted an application for the top level domain (TLD) name '.deloitte' to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Demand For Custom Flavors Is On The Rise
The name FONA International Inc. has become synonymous with flavor as a supplier to the food and beverage industry. "Descriptors play a large role in the process" at FONA, says Dana Sanza, a flavorist in the Geneva, Ill.
Lubricants Make the (Food) Grade
The approved products are registered by NSF International in the H1, HT1 and 3H categories. The important distinction of food-grade lubricants is that their incidental contact with foods will not contaminate the food product.