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  • UMD adds $5M over 10 years to mental health services

    UMD adds $5M over 10 years to mental health services
    Officials at the University of Maryland have pledged to spend an additional $5 million on student mental health services at the state's flagship College Park campus over the next 10 years, the largest investment in counseling services there in decades....
  • UM content with Pepsi-based health care?

    UM content with Pepsi-based health care?
    Amid all the self-congratulation at the University of Maryland over a corporate financed modest boost in mental health services for students, I'd like to demur ("UM adds funding for mental health," April 3). In the article, we're told how happy everyone...
  • Steve Jobs dies at 56; Apple's co-founder transformed computers and culture

    Steve Jobs dies at 56; Apple's co-founder transformed computers and culture
    Steven P. Jobs, the charismatic technology pioneer who co-founded Apple Inc. and transformed one industry after another, from computers and smartphones to music and movies, has died. He was 56. Apple announced the death of Jobs — whose legacy...
  • Does Coke market to kids? You decide

    Does Coke market to kids? You decide
    After reading my recent blog item about a study that suggested kids who play sports eat more junk food, Kevin Morris, Coca-Cola's vice president of Public Affairs and Communications, wrote to "set the record straight." He stressed that Coke doesn't market...
  • Kids who play sports eat more junk food: Study

    Kids who play sports eat more junk food: Study
    We parents like to believe that signing the kids up for soccer, hockey and other sports can keep them lean and fit. But there’s a surprising lack of evidence showing that sports participation prevents obesity in children, according to a recent...
  • Should nutrition groups take corporate money?

    The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) has long and controversial ties with large food and beverage corporations, including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Hershey, Kraft and Unilever. As partners, the companies have a national platform at nutrition...
  • PepsiCo shakes up executive lineup to create Nooyi succession

    PepsiCo shakes up executive lineup to create Nooyi succession
    PepsiCo Inc., the international food and beverage giant that owns Tropicana, Gatorade, Frito-Lay and other brands, shuffled some of its top management positions in an attempt to create a line of succession behind current chairman and chief executive Indra...
  • Coca-Cola bets $7 billion on India's changing consumers

    Coca-Cola Co., the world’s largest soft-drink maker, plans to spend a total of $7 billion on India through 2020 as it attempts to take advantage of the country’s changing consumer tastes. The company will add a $3 billion investment to the $2...
  • Coca-Cola, Kraft leave conservative ALEC after boycott launched

    Coca-Cola, Kraft leave conservative ALEC after boycott launched
    Coca-Cola Co. and Kraft Foods Inc. bowed to consumer pressure this week and cut ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council, a conservative lobbying group that has recently backed controversial voter ID and so-called “stand your ground&...
  • Michael Jackson is back! Pepsi to use pop star to boost brand

    Michael Jackson is back! Pepsi to use pop star to boost brand
    PepsiCo Inc. desperately needs some razzle dazzle to boost its brand. Who better to help than Michael Jackson, the music icon whose career made short work of attendance and album sales records? So what if the King of Pop is no longer alive? The...
  • An American pretzel in Tokyo: Wetzel's goes Asian

    An American pretzel in Tokyo: Wetzel's goes Asian
    In the land of sushi, ramen and tempura, pretzel sales apparently do gangbusters. After launching its first Asian outpost in Japan, Pasadena-based Wetzel’s Pretzels said the store has become its top-selling location worldwide. Photos show snaking...