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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 CEO's pay climbs 13.5% in 2011  MarketWatch
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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.
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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.
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Avon banking on new CEO for change
The company is also involved in two Securities and Exchange Commission investigations, including one related to Avon employees allegedly bribing foreign officials and the second for allegedly improperly providing information to analysts.
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Companies Spend Money, Time on New Corporate Names
Consider Kraft Foods, which faced a wave of criticism after picking the name "Mondelez" for its planned global snack-company spinoff. The food giant said the name came from combining "monde," derived from the Latin word for "world" and "delez," meant ...
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Is it possible to comply with the cookie law without harming your business?
The EU 'cookie law' is clearly a threat to online business in the UK, whether through higher bounce rates caused by intrusive cookie opt-ins, or loss of income if customers opt out of third party cookies used for remarketing and ad targeting.
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Why Obama shouldn't tap U.S. oil reserves
Obama is expected to release oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as Iran sanctions bite and gas prices rise. But analysts say it should be kept for a real emergency.
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Companies pressured over ties to 'Stand Your Ground' group
"We have a long-standing policy of only taking positions on issues that impact our company and industry," the company said. Kraft (KFT, Fortune 500) said it had decided not to renew its membership "for a number of reasons, including limited resources.".
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DDB unveils Facebook 'I Care' button on MTV Voices
DDB Worldwide has unveiled an 'I Care' button for Facebook, pitched as a more appropriate way to show support for charitable causes than the social network's ever-present 'Like' alternative.
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Lubricants Make the (Food) Grade
(www.belray.com), Farmingdale, N.J. Shen's company has introduced numerous new products for food processors. "These two new lines of H1 food-grade products are designed to give exceptional wear protection for hydraulic, gear, chain, compressor, ...