Kraft Foods (now Kraft Heinz)
Headquarters in USA
Kraft Foods was previously a subsidiary of Altria. Altria sold part of Kraft in a public offering in 2001 and spun out the rest of the company to Altria's shareholders in March 2007. Kraft separated into two companies in 2012; one continues to be named Kraft Foods, the other is Mondelēz International.
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USA: Corporate Equality Index scores show improvement of measures taken by companies for LGBT workers
Author: Helen Burley, Friends of the Earth
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Author: Mary Mazzoni, TriplePundit
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Author: Human Rights Campaign
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[PDF] Child Labour & Educational Disadvantage – Breaking the Link, Building Opportunity. A Review by Gordon Brown
Author: Gordon Brown, UN Special Envoy for Global Education
In this report we set out an ambitious but achievable agenda for change. The starting point is an international summit not to adopt yet more resolutions, but to agree a global road map for the elimination of child labour by 2020. That road map will...