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More News Company officials are throwing a grand opening Thursday for the sprawling, $270 million chocolate plant which they say exists mostly to meet U.S. demand for its M&M's- and Snickers-brand candy. The plant, built south of Topeka, will be able
Edinburgh and will deliver a $100 million boost to the state. Roads using mobile technology in vehicles are among key Productivity Commission instructure reforms that could save at least $1 billion a year. M&Ms, candies, aspiring actor Michaela Mundy
One major difference between Franco’s takeover of Spain is that many in the Western media are siding with Putin and blaming the US. President Obama is blamed for not stopping the invasion by the Russian dictator by the same
Given the fashion for Spanish Civil War books and films that make heroes of the Republican side, it would be tempting to think Franco had no allies...Jeremy Treglown sets off in search of them, and they prove easy to find. He visits the Valley of the
The Mars candy brand just released a teaser for its 30-second spot, set to air in the first half of the Feb. 2 broadcast. Not much is revealed, aside from some aerobics and an abduction via tranquilizer dart. New York, will promote peanut M&M's. "It'
They're also hoping to get more bang for their buck: A 30-second Super Bowl ad costs about $4 million. M&M's says the online teaser ad is a first for the company. "We see it as a very effective way to drive anticipation and allude to what the spot
When Marina Ginesta heard on 18 July 1936 that the Spanish military had risen against the country's democratically elected government, her first thought was that the army's rebellion was to stop the People's Olympiad, the alternative Olympic Games in
Seventy-five years after its conclusion, the Spanish Civil War can sometimes seem like a river of blood that led inexorably to the sea of horrors that was World War II. But Spain's battle was also a devastating conflict in its own right, killing
The first part of Marinaleda's miracle is that when their struggle to create utopia began, in the late 1970s, it was from a position of abject poverty. The village was suffering over 60 percent unemployment; it was a farming community with no land,
Francisco Franco on the 38th anniversary of his death, in Madrid, Spain, Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013. Hundreds of people nostalgic for Spain's fascist past held a rally on Sunday to mark the 38th anniversary of dictator Francisco Franco's death.