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Crew, president of PepsiCo Americas Beverages, brings "an impressive record of success" to the board, its chairman John Lundgren said in a statement...She'd also been an officer in the United States Army. " Her global perspective coupled with proven
New Manufacturing Plant in India The company announced December 2, 2013, that it plans to establish its largest manufacturing plant in the Asia-Pacific region. The management estimates that the new plant, which will be located in the Indian state of
Besides office space, the premises include the eight-storey Bournville Apartments that houses top officials of the company. Lakhi has quoted about Rs 350 crore (Rs 3.5 billion) for the one-acre property, with 90,000 sq ft saleable area, on Peddar
16PM Packages of Cracker Barrel cheese made by Kraft. AP file photo Updated: November 14, 2013 1:27PM America might be big and strong enough to handle two different Cracker Barrels, but supermarket shoppers aren't, a federal appeals court has ruled.
An arbitrator has concluded that Starbucks must pay $2.76 billion to settle a dispute with Northfield-based Kraft over coffee distribution. The two consumer products companies had been locked in a fight for three years after Starbucks Corp. fired
Starbucks to pay $2bn in row over packaged coffee Kraft began selling Starbucks branded coffee in 1998 An independent US arbitrator has told Starbucks to pay $2.23bn (£1.4bn) in damages and other costs to Kraft Foods in a dispute over packaged coffee.
Starbucks Corp said on Tuesday an arbitrator has concluded that it must pay Kraft Foods Group Inc $2.23 billion in damages plus $527 million in prejudgment interest and attorneys fees after the coffee chain's early termination of the companies'
A watch and jewelry boutique, called Timeless, is now open at at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, part of The Shops at Fontainebleau. WebCongress brings together marketers, social media specialists and technologists to share advice and explore trends
After Kellogg's and Bata, it is now the turn of Cadbury to lose a trademark for non-use, 'eclairs' in this case, leaving experts intrigued as to why the chocolate maker couldn't come up with enough evidence of its use when asked in a court. India's
Its brand portfolio includes Aunt Jemima, Hungry-Man, Celeste, Log Cabin, Vlasic, Duncan Hines, Lender's, Open Pit, Bird's Eye, Mrs. Butterworth's, and Voila! Pinnacle Foods also recently made a strategic acquisition that will complement the above