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You can play the health-conscious consumer trend in many different ways...Weight Watchers is facing an uphill battle due to changing industry trends...This doesn't mean Weight Watchers is down for the count, but it's going to need one heck of a
Americans are too busy to eat a bowl of cereal anymore, and food companies are freaking out. Kyle Stock at Bloomberg Businessweek points out the change, noting that revenues at companies like General Mills, Post, and Kellogg are down this year.
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We already know that Mall of America plans on hosting one of the first same-sex weddings in the history of Minnesota. Now, with Minnesota's first day of marriage equality fast approaching, Betty Crocker and its parent company, General Mills, have
General Mills Chairman and CEO Ken Powell joined the company two years before H...They were both rise-through-the-ranks CEOs at a Minnesota blue chipper, but there's a big difference in their compensation packages. Compared with Atwater's last year
Carla Vernn, marketing director for General Mills cereal, said taking a brand agnostic approach was suited to social media. It is a new framework to consider now that were in great conversations with the people that buy and enjoy our products, Ms...
General Mills always seemed quite embarrassed by the firestorm around its now-famous "Just Checking" ad for Cheerios the one that was set upon by racist trolls on YouTube for featuring an interracial couple, leading the company to disable comments on
Stocks Cashing in on the Trend Towards Social Responsibility Brenda is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network -- entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited. Social responsibility has never been more critical
has struggled over the last couple of years due to inflating costs, supply chain difficulties, poor product innovation, and increasing competition. All of this has taken its toll in the form of 1-2% drops in sales for both 2009 and 2010. Fortunately,
came out in support of Gay Pride Month using its Lucky Charms marshmallow rainbow as its rallying flag. Complete with a website designed around the hashtag #LuckyToBe, where cereal lovers can share stories of why you're "lucky to be you," and a