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06 декабря, 16:49

Coca-Cola Opens Bottling Plant in Cambodia, Invests $100M

The Coca-Cola Company (KO) opened a new bottling plant in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The investment, valued at $100 million, is part of Coca-Cola's plan to expand its production facility in the Southeast Asian country by 2018.

06 декабря, 16:06

Will Cost Saving Initiatives Drive Hershey Company (HSY)?

Hershey's (HSY) shares have gained around 9.66% year to date, compared to the 3.6% decline of the Zacks categorized Food-Confectionary industry. However, its sales trend has been weak since 2014.

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05 декабря, 23:59

Продуктовые гиганты берут пример со стартапов

Крупные продуктовые компании в поисках нового источника дохода выходят на рынок доставки наборов продуктов и рецептов для легкого приготовления блюд. Это связано и с изменением предпочтений потребителей, предпочитающих более свежую пищу. В итоге такие гиганты, как Tyson Foods, Campbell Soup и Hershey, вынуждены конкурировать со стартапами вроде Blue Apron и HelloFresh.

03 декабря, 01:58

How Realistic Is A U.S. Coal Recovery?

Ah, Canada. Home of Trudeau, seven-month ski seasons, Neil Young, Hershey's Chocolate you can actually enjoy (it has its own recipe) and my birthplace – and now one of the latest countries to announce the imminent phase-out of all coal-fired power plants. The idea of getting rid of coal is quite the mode du jour since the Paris Agreement became effective earlier in November. Britain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria and Finland are all planning accelerated moves to become greener. The Canadian Environment Minster Kathleen McKenna…

01 декабря, 16:05

Thursday's Morning Email: Wall Street Triumphs In Trump's Latest Picks

TOP STORIES WALL STREET TRIUMPHS IN DONALD TRUMP’S LATEST PICKSLearn more on how the Treasury and Commerce picks are infuriating progressives with Trump’s “embrace of Wall Street’s elite.” And these are just a few of the folks that will most likely make up the “richest administration in modern American history.” [Daniel Marans, HuffPost] COLOMBIA’S CONGRESS APPROVES REVISED PEACE ACCORD WITH FARC REBELS Which may be the final step toward peace after a referendum on the agreement failed this fall. [NYT] TENNESSEE FIRES RAGE FOR THIRD DAY The death count rose to seven, with over 700 homes and businesses damaged. Take a look at photos of the “apocalyptic wasteland” left behind. [Hayley Miller, HuffPost] NANCY PELOSI WON HER RE-ELECTION FOR HOUSE MINORITY LEADER But there’s trouble in paradise, as 63 Democrats voted against her. [Jennifer Bendery, HuffPost] THE FBI GAINS THE ABILITY TO HACK MILLIONS OF COMPUTERS TODAY “Starting Thursday, a Department of Justice official will be able to go to a single judge, assert that a computer crime may involve millions of networked devices, and get a warrant that lets the FBI hack all of those devices.” [Michael McAuliff, HuffPost] INTEL OFFICERS: THE RUSSIANS HELPED SPREAD FAKE NEWS In order to interfere with the presidential election. [Buzzfeed] IN YEMEN, CHOOSING BETWEEN CHILDREN “The family of Osama Hassan faced a wrenching choice as his tiny body wasted away. Should they use the little money they had, in a time of war, to take the 2-year-old to a hospital? Or should they buy food to feed their other children? His family chose food.” [WaPo] INSIDE THE NFL’S ‘BIG-TOBACCO’ TACTICS TO LURE THE NEXT GENERATION OF FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND FANS And what the league is doing to combat the growing alarm from parents about the dangers of the sport. [Jenifer Bendery, HuffPost] AND TO CLARIFY The headline of yesterday’s email said President-elect Trump had announced he would step away from his company. However, Trump did not provide any details beyond that his children would run his company. Trump made similar statements during the campaign, but such a plan fails to address his significant conflicts of interest. [Alexander Kaufman and Paige Lavender, HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY You can now watch Netflix offline. This is not a drill, people. [HuffPost] CONGRATS TO BRADLEY COOPER AND IRINA SHAYK On the reports that they are expecting their first child, which came after Shayk killed it on the runway for Victoria’s Secret Wednesday night. And yes, we have some sneak peek photos of the show, which airs next Monday. [HuffPost] HOW TO MAKE $400 MILLION DISAPPEAR FOR A DIVORCE “Created by lawyers, accountants and private bankers and operating out of a global archipelago of European principalities, former British colonies and Asian city-states, the system has one main purpose: to make the richest people in the world appear to own as little as possible.” [NYT] THIS TEENAGER SPOKE OUT ABOUT GUN VIOLENCE Months later, he was killed by gunfire. [Ryan Grenoble, HuffPost] ANTI-VACCINE ADVOCATES ARE EXCITED ABOUT A TRUMP PRESIDENCY “At the most basic level, they’re hoping Trump will use his bully pulpit to advance his oft-stated concern — debunked by an extensive body of scientific evidence — that there’s a link between vaccines and autism.” [STAT] ARE RE-SHOOTS THE ‘KISS OF DEATH’ FOR ‘ROGUE ONE’? Could this be “Fantastic Four”-level bad? [Vanity Fair] WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME AN INSTAGRAM INFLUENCER So. Many. Photos. [Bloomberg] DETAILS ABOUT MIKE ALLEN AND JIM VANDEHEI’S MEDIA PROJECT ARE FINALLY REVEALED Meet Axios. [Vanity Fair]  BEFORE YOU GO ~ Try not to freak out about this photo of Prince Harry with Rihanna.  ~ Jill Stein’s Wisconsin recount begins today. ~ And the winner of the World Chess Championship is... ~ So, turns out what Americans are googling about food means a great deal with it comes to the country’s taste. ~ But this is apparently the only thing Mariah Carey eats. And no, it’s not gold-flaked. ~ What the legendary Marty Baron of The Washington Post has to say about journalism in the age of the Trump presidency. ~ We don’t know how we feel about “Gossip Girl” star Penn Badgly’s new look. ~ Bob Dylan casually didn’t have time to stop by President Barack Obama’s Nobel Prize Event.  ~ Looks like ‘shrooms may help fight depression in cancer patients. ~ What happens when you spend a winter with a shaman in Kazakhstan. ~ Good for this “Walking Dead” star, who shot down the bodyshamers with a powerful post. ~ We can’t stop listening to this Dolly Parton-Miley Cyrus-Pentatonix team-up performance of “Jolene.” ~ Need to zone out for a bit? Take a look at these gifs of food being madeand feel at peace with the beauty of donuts and Hershey Kisses. ~ And you thought you were a “Game of Thrones” geek: This website breaks down all the interactions between characters throughout the show’s six seasons. The Huffington Post’s Morning Email team aims to get you the top news, along with entertainment, lifestyle stories and other absurdity that you need to get through your workday — all with a dash of signature Morning Email snark. Like The Morning Email? Send it to a friend! Does somebody keep forwarding you this newsletter? Get your own copy. It’s free! Sign up here. Check out HuffPost Politics and HuffPost Breaking News newsletters for more of the good stuff. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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22 ноября, 07:43

14 Delicious Thanksgiving-Themed Desserts

To help get you in the holiday spirit, we've compiled 14 Thanksgiving-themed desserts your dinner guests will love.

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21 ноября, 22:04

Husbands Share Joyful Holiday Story For Hershey's Kisses Campaign

Josh and Matt Noble are among those to share their real-life holiday story in a heartfelt online campaign for Hershey’s Kisses.  The Huffington Post has an exclusive first look at the Noble family’s contribution to Hershey’s “Say It With A Kiss” effort (more on that below), which can be found above. In it, Josh Noble explains how he and his husband, Matt, moved his mother to New York so that she could be closer to them as well as her other son, Jason.  “She and my father spent all of their lives making my brother Jason and me feel loved and accepted and supported,” Josh explains in the clip. “Now it’s our chance to do that for her.” Their yuletide festivities, of course, include scrumptious recipes as well as lots of Hershey’s Kisses.  The men’s story is the final installment in the “Say It With A Kiss” campaign, which launched in May. Senior Brand Manager Yussef Kuri told HuffPost in an email statement that the company wanted to highlight “authentic, genuine, human emotion through real-life stories” with the series.  “The Hershey Company and Hershey’s Kisses chocolates bring people together and help to celebrate life’s special moments,” Kuri said. Noting that Hershey’s fosters “an inclusive workplace that reflects different perspectives and celebrates input from people of different backgrounds and experiences,” he added. “Each and every one of these stories are the perfect example of the values and culture that is deeply embedded in our company.” It’s still a few days before Thanksgiving, but we’ve already got the holiday feels now.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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21 ноября, 22:04

Husbands Share Joyful Holiday Story For Hershey's Kisses Campaign

Josh and Matt Noble are among those to share their real-life holiday story in a heartfelt online campaign for Hershey’s Kisses.  The Huffington Post has an exclusive first look at the Noble family’s contribution to Hershey’s “Say It With A Kiss” effort (more on that below), which can be found above. In it, Josh Noble explains how he and his husband, Matt, moved his mother to New York so that she could be closer to them as well as her other son, Jason.  “She and my father spent all of their lives making my brother Jason and me feel loved and accepted and supported,” Josh explains in the clip. “Now it’s our chance to do that for her.” Their yuletide festivities, of course, include scrumptious recipes as well as lots of Hershey’s Kisses.  The men’s story is the final installment in the “Say It With A Kiss” campaign, which launched in May. Senior Brand Manager Yussef Kuri told HuffPost in an email statement that the company wanted to highlight “authentic, genuine, human emotion through real-life stories” with the series.  “The Hershey Company and Hershey’s Kisses chocolates bring people together and help to celebrate life’s special moments,” Kuri said. Noting that Hershey’s fosters “an inclusive workplace that reflects different perspectives and celebrates input from people of different backgrounds and experiences,” he added. “Each and every one of these stories are the perfect example of the values and culture that is deeply embedded in our company.” It’s still a few days before Thanksgiving, but we’ve already got the holiday feels now.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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21 ноября, 14:00

Hershey's Scoffs At Class Action Over Amount Of Kisses In Bags

Hershey's brand ambassadors hand out Hershey's Kisses chocolates on June 3, 2014, to celebrate the opening of the Hershey's Chocolate World retail experience at New York-New York Hotel & Casino. The company is facing a class action lawsuit that claims some of its bags of Kisses are under-filled. Photo by [...]

16 ноября, 15:29

Food Stocks to Watch for Earnings on Nov 17: SJM, POST

The Q3 earnings season is gradually nearing its end with nearly 91% of the S&P 500 companies already having announced their results.

15 ноября, 20:06

Фонд Сороса купил акции Netflix и Biogen и избавился от долей в Walt Disney и General Motors

Фонд миллиардера Джорджа Сороса сообщил о покупке и продаже ряда активов в третьем квартале текущего года. Так, Soros Fund Management приобрел акции компаний Alphabet, Netflix, Biogen,Hewlett Packard Enterprise и Priceline Group, при этом избавился от долей в следующих крупных фирмах: Walt Disney,General Motors,Hershey,Anthem,Delta Airlines, Monsanto и Pandora Media.

15 ноября, 18:00

Holiday Consumerism: A Real Gift for Investors

Retailers make 20% of their annual revenue during the holidays. As an investor, you should really appreciate the gift of consumerism...

15 ноября, 11:38

Фонд Сороса купил акции Netflix и Biogen и избавился от долей в Walt Disney и General Motors

Фонд миллиардера Джорджа Сороса сообщил о покупке и продаже ряда активов в третьем квартале текущего года. Так, Soros Fund Management приобрел акции компаний Alphabet, Netflix, Biogen,Hewlett Packard Enterprise и Priceline Group, при этом избавился от долей в следующих крупных фирмах: Walt Disney,General Motors,Hershey,Anthem,Delta Airlines, Monsanto и Pandora Media.

10 ноября, 22:30

The Post-Election Evolution

Kris Dimaggio, Director of Development, COLLINS At 2:35AM, my heart sank. What once seemed only a figment of possibility became a stark reality — unfathomable to myself, my peers, my colleagues, and my city.  I have been fortunate enough to work in the industry I do for the entirety of my young but full career. Of the 60 people I see day-in-and-day-out, 50% are women, a quarter are considered minorities, about half are non-US citizens, and a large portion are members of the LGBTQ community. These are the people who not only keep us in business but also lead it. Together, we create the work that maintains our reputation, developing communications, environments, products, and experiences in the hope that they will serve a higher purpose; whether we impact a brand, neighborhood, the arts, or a community, our goal is to in some way contribute to moving our society forward for the better. We, as an industry, are at a crossroads. In part due to reasons you are well aware of — a shifting technological landscape, an evolving consumption model, an acute awareness of our physical surroundings and a society yearning for radical accessibility. But today, these reasons feel small, perhaps far too progressive, and inconsequential in the wake of recent events.  Over the last year, I have seen not only the political system, but also the marketing model turned on its head. An expertly executed communications strategy fueled by fear, discrimination, misogyny, ignorance, and a thinly veiled machismo has taken a practice of engagement that I have for so long admired and devoted my life to, and sullied it. The cheapest forms of distribution have been used to spew malevolent rhetoric that has made its way to ISIS recruitment videos and conspiratorial podcasts. Our nation has been stripped of the foundational elements that define us as “great”— stifling the light of Lazarus’ New Colossus with a seemingly impermeable brick wall.  As marketers, brands, and a community of influencers, we have an obligation now more than ever before to focus the conversation to affect positive change. It is our industry that sets the pace of culture — we brought Real Beauty to women, sustainability to the oil industry, Hershey’s to Times Square. As a trade, we have protected the world from “1984,” exposed the truth about tobacco, brought clean drinking water to children, and helped to paint the world pink every October. Our duty is to guide the dialogue, to meet divisiveness with unity, exclusivity with inclusion, discrimination with acceptance, and anachronism with evolution.     We’re witnessing a sociopolitical upset unseen since the early twentieth century.  About 20 minutes after the election was called, the following sentiment was communicated by our founder Brian Collins to our team of 60 women, men, minorities, gay, straight, queer, immigrants — “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.” Never has the time been more appropriate to rise to the occasion, to honor and bring forward our collective, best selves. Our success can only be achieved through finding strength in diversity, and we, as an industry, are responsible to do better, to continue to carry the dialogue, and keep the lowest common denominator from dictating the conversation.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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09 ноября, 16:38

Consumer Stocks Earnings to Watch on Nov 10: BUFF, EPC, ELF

The Q3 earnings season is nearing its end with results already out for 423 S&P 500 members.

09 ноября, 16:33

Food Stocks to Watch for Q3 Earnings on Nov 10: DAR & AGRO

The Q3 earnings season is gradually nearing its end with more than 84% of the S&P 500 companies having already announced their results.

08 ноября, 15:57

Last Stop For Democracy

When I grow up, I want to be Charlie Pierce, who covers politics for Esquire magazine and has toiled in our scrivener's trade, as far as I can tell, since the late '70s. I know, technically, he's a couple of years younger than I am, but he writes with the fierce wit and well-aimed anger to which I aspire, and as this wheezing milk train of a presidential campaign clanks into the final station, few have been as perceptive when it comes to trying to figure out just what the hell has happened to America this year. Charlie Pierce has done so with great style throughout, but now, thanks to Donald Trump and just hours before Election Day, he has come to the end of his watchdog rope. He wrote on Saturday that Trump -- to whom he refers as El Caudillo del Mar-A-Lago -- had "managed to exceed even my admittedly expansive limits for political obscenity." Pierce was talking about Trump's reaction after President Obama responded to an elderly heckler wearing a military tunic at a Friday campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. As the crowd booed the man, Obama said, "Hey! Listen up! I told you to be focused, and you're not focused right now. Listen to what I'm saying. Hold up. Hold up! ... Everybody sit down, and be quiet for a second... First of all, we live in a country that respects free speech. Second of all, it looks like maybe he might've served in our military and we got to respect that. Third of all, he was elderly and we got to respect our elders. And fourth of all, don't boo, vote." In other words, the president showed poise, grace and yes, class. But shortly after, here's how the moment was seen through Trump's eyes at a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania: "There was a protester and a protester that likes us," Trump said. "And what happened is they wouldn't put the cameras on him. They kept the cameras on Obama... He was talking to a protester, screaming at him, really screaming at him. By the way, if I spoke the way Obama spoke to that protester, they would say he became unhinged." Unhinged? Really? We all know that Trump seems to get his news from an implanted electrode picking up propaganda signals from the Planet Mongo. But there comes a point when the lies piled upon lies become too much for even the fairest and most equable of us. Hearing Trump's demonstrably false description of what happened at Obama's rally, Charlie Pierce finally had it. "Maybe it was because it was so ludicrously provable a lie," he wrote: [Trump] didn't care. He never has cared. His contempt for the democratic processes and for the norms of self-government is matched only by the deep contempt he has for all the suckers who mistake his contempt for the American experiment for their deep disappointment in it. He has measured their intelligence by his heavily leveraged net worth and found them hilariously lacking. We are all the subcontractors who build his indomitable ego for him and, as such, he can stiff us according to his customary business plan. His campaign long ago became a sickening charade performed by a grotesque charlatan. And so it is. Look, too, at how Trump and his followers at a rally in Reno, Nevada, on Saturday responded to a man with a "Republicans against Trump" sign. Before someone shouted "Gun!" and the moment turned even uglier, Trump had looked down and said, "Oh we have one of those guys from the Hillary Clinton campaign. How much are you being paid, $1,500?" As the crowd booed, Trump said, "Okay. Take him out." The protester, a Reno resident named Austyn Crites, described himself as Republican and a fiscal conservative. He told The Guardian he was grateful to the police who removed him from the auditorium for interrogation -- they kept him from being further kicked, choked and pummeled by the gang of Trump supporters who surrounded him. Still, he said, "The people who attacked me -- I'm not blaming them. I'm blaming Donald Trump's hate rhetoric... The fact that I got beat up today, that's just showing what he's doing to his crowds." Throughout the campaign, whenever Trump has egged on his followers, I've thought of that line in Young Frankenstein, when the angry Transylvanian villagers are told by the local police inspector, "A riot is an ugly thing, and I think that it is just about time we had one." Remember what Trump said when a protester was dragged out of a February rally in Las Vegas: "I love the old days -- you know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They'd be carried out on a stretcher, folks... I'd like to punch him in the face." By now, you've heard it all before and the litany of lies, outrageous claims and insults has climbed so high that many of us have become numb and weary from the sheer repetition of Trump's buffoonery. You can only go to so many demolition derbies before the sight of flaming car wrecks becomes routine. What's more, you can argue that far more insidious and frightening are the dog whistle attacks appealing to the baser instincts of the bigoted and ignorant. The latest: the closing ad from the Trump campaign that, with anti-Semitic overtones, points fingers at "a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class." As Josh Marshall notes at Talking Points Memo, "The four readily identifiable American bad guys in the ad are Hillary Clinton, George Soros (Jewish financier), Janet Yellen (Jewish Fed Chair) and Lloyd Blankfein (Jewish Goldman Sachs CEO)... This is an ad intended to appeal to anti-Semites and spread anti-Semitic ideas... This is intentional and by design. It is no accident." Here is something Charlie Pierce wrote back in May. Trump, he said, "is riding on a wave of pain that he never has felt." He is riding on a wave of anxiety he never has encountered. Beyond their love of him, there is no indication that he is as deeply aware of what has powered his rise as the people whose fear, and doubt, and, yes, hatred has powered his rise. Their job is still to wait in line, cheer on cue, and give him the devotion that he has earned because, after all, he is He, Trump, and they're not, and that will never change. Add it all up and to me, this is what it comes down to: Do you want to live in a United States where anger, prejudice and fear rule, and dissent is viewed as treason, or in a country where we try to meet every issue from terrorism to education with clear eyes and a rational mind? This year's choices are far from perfect, but nonetheless a choice must be made. To quote a founding father who believed in such things: liberty, once lost, is lost forever. This could be democracy's last stop. Vote. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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07 ноября, 14:14

KitKat отправил студенту из США 6,5 тыс. шоколадок взамен украденной

Американский студент Хантер Джоббинс получил неожиданный подарок от компании Hershey, которая занимается производством известных на весь мир шоколадных батончиков KitKat.   Когда в конце октября у Хантера Джоббинса неизвестный украл из машины шоколадку KitKat, студент нашёл на месте батончика записку, в которой вор извиняется за то, что украл шоколадку, и просит не держать зла на него. — Увидел твой KitKat в подстаканнике. Я люблю KitKat и проверил, не закрыта ли твоя дверь. Она оказалась открыта. Я не взял ничего, кроме KitKat. Мне очень жаль, но я голоден, — говорилось в записке.   Эту записку студент решил опубликовать на своей страничке в "Твиттере". Всего за неделю запись набрала больше 180 тысяч репостов, а компания Hershey даже пообещала студенту вернуть нагло украденный батончик. Однако вместо одной шоколадки KitKat прислал студенту аж целых 6,5 тысячи. Практически все эти сладкие подарки студент раздал своим друзьям, родным и однокурсникам.

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07 ноября, 13:59

Американец получил 6,5 тысяч батончиков Kit-Kat за пост о голодном воре

Компания Hershey, производящая батончики Kit-Kat, подарила американскому студенту 6,5 тысяч шоколадок. Щедрый презент мужчина получил за публикацию интернет поста, в котором он рассказал о воре, похитившем из его машины шоколадку Kit-Kat.

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07 ноября, 13:20

Kit Kat завалил студента шоколадками после кражи батончика из его машины

Студент Хантер Джоббинс из американского Канзаса, опубликовавший в Twitter записку от вора, укравшего из его машины Kit Kat, получил 6,5 тысячи шоколадок от компании Hershey's — производителя этих батончиков. Джоббинс раздал подаренные шоколадки студентам, проживающим в его кампусе.