Sunday, February 12, 2012

Corporate Giants

  • It is rare for one of America's largest companies to lose a third or more of its sales in a brief time. When it happens, it is usually either because of market or economic forces, or because of a designed refocusing. 24/7 Wall St.
  • (24/7 Wall St.)
  • Laszlo Corporation perfected their wine slushie formulation the summer of 2006, and has trial tested their product at charity events and trade shows.
  • (Consumer Electronics Net)
  • Ed Mayo, secretary general of Co-Operatives UK, is heading up the new campaign, which is part of Labour leader Ed Miliband's crusade against rip-off Britain.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • It is rare for one of America's largest companies to lose a third or more of its sales in a brief time. When it happens, it is usually either because of market or economic forces, or because of a designed refocusing. 24/7 Wall St.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Brazilian mining giant Vale and UK-based Barclays bank were given the dubious honor of being the top vote-getters in this years survey asking participants to name the worlds most destructive international corporations.
  • (Common Dreams)
  • The Israel Corporation and other companies under the control of Idan Ofer have yet to pour the $100 million safety net they pledged into the groups shipping company ZIM, Calcalist has learned.
  • (YNET News)
  • Four-times regional daily editor Neil Fowler has landed a new role as a director of one of the UK's biggest corporate communications agencies.
  • (Lancashire Evening Telegraph)
  • "Greek yogurt is the healthy choice for New York's economy and a natural fit for a bet demonstrating the best our state has to offer," Austin Shafran, a spokesman for the Empire State Development Corporation, said in a follow-up call.
  • (New York Times Blogs)
  • LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - When Long John Silvers separated from YUM! Brands, there was talk the company may move its headquarters out of the state. That wont happen.
  • (Wave 3)
  • The Super Bowl game Sunday between the New York Giants and New England Patriots is just one part of a week full of events. Thousand of corporate executives are in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl — both the game and some big-league schmoozing.
  • (NPR News)

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