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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.
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 ... there are legitimate ...
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.
PayPal targets US SMEs with all-in-one Products tool
PayPal has merged all its payment tools into one service called PayPal Products as it seeks to provide an all-in-one solution for US SMEs.
People on the Move: Luis DeAnda Named Managing Director of TBWA Media Arts Lab
Luis DeAnda is taking on the new role of managing director of TBWA Media Arts Lab (MAL), the unit dedicated to Apple. Mr. DeAnda will move from Tokyo to Los Angeles, where he'll lead MAL's international network of offices and help grow the agency's ...
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).
Vevo's UK users streamed 177m music videos in January
Music video site Vevo has revealed that its UK users streamed 177m videos in January, an increase of 120% since its UK launch last April.
Companies pressured over ties to 'Stand Your Ground' group
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Pressure is building on companies to cut ties with a group that has championed Florida's controversial "Stand Your Ground" law, now under scrutiny in the Trayvon Martin case.
The just-food interview - Unilever CEO Paul Polman
FMCG companies the world over talk often and loudly about the ways in which they are alleviating their impact on the environment or trading more ethically.