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  • Cal Poly Pomona receives $42-million cash grant, largest in Cal State history

     
    Cal Poly Pomona announced Monday that it has been awarded a $42-million cash gift -- the largest such donation in the history of California State University -- by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, whose cereal magnate founder established an Arabian horse......
  • The Four Flavors of Evangelicals

     
    Two university researchers have come up with four different types of evangelical leaders after interviewing 360 evangelical Christian business leaders, ministers, politicians, entertainers, athletes and entertainers. Sociologists D. Michael Lindsay...
  • Business students find $350 million in energy savings at major companies

     
    To come to grips with their massive use of energy, major companies have brought on professional consultants, joined green organizations, even hired on-staff sustainability executives. But this summer, firms such as eBay Inc., McDonald's Corp., PepsiCo,...
  • This weight-loss message was brought to you by the makers of Oreos

     
    The makers of Haagen-Dazs ice cream, Chef Boyardee canned pasta, Oreo cookies and Snickers bars are joining forces to combat ??? obesity. That???s right. Nestle USA, ConAgra Foods, Kraft Foods Inc. and Mars, Inc. ??? along with the Coca-Cola Co.,......
  • Consumer Confidential: Sales, stuff and soda

     
    Here's your whoopee-it's-Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Retail sales fell last month, but not really. They're only down because they were up by a lot because of the "cash for clunkers" program, which lured car buyers......
  • Pepsi's Amp app will no longer 'help' men seduce women [Updated]

     
    PepsiCo Inc.'s "AMP UP before you score" iPhone application is shown in New York. PepsiCo said it is removing the iPhone application that promised to help men "score" with different types of women about a week after it was criticized for stereotyping....
  • The Morning Fix: Which Hollywood stars are overpaid? New DirecTV CEO is part of Pepsi Generation. NFL to limit tailgating. 'Parks & Recreation' is getting hot

     
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to buy a big-screen TV now or wait for those sexy energy-efficient models coming out in 2011. Overpaid? Me? How dare they! Don't look for Will Ferrell or Ewan McGregor to do any sit-down......
  • As a health drink, bottled water is all wet

    In 1783, George Washington visited the natural springs of Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Along with Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, he took a keen interest in the supposed medicinal qualities of mineral water, a subject of much scientific research at the...
  • Barrington: a magnet for families

    Barrington: a magnet for families
    Tucked into a corner of the northwest suburbs is a little place with a big name: Barrington. Surrounded by the horsey Barrington Hills, the palatial South Barrington and the resort-like Lake Barrington Shores is the burg where residents from all of the...
  • Trying to outrun the food police

    There was the assault on trans-fats. A new law requiring calorie counts on menus. A county in California that banned toys in too-fatty kids' meals. And now there's a war on sodium. It's no wonder the food industry is hurrying to outrun the increasingly...
  • Margaret Stender, President and CEO of the Chicago Sky

    Margaret Stender, President and CEO of the Chicago Sky
    Margaret Stender has been a successful business woman and a successful basketball player, so it came to no surprise when she was named President and CEO of the Chicago Sky and got to put the combination to work. Stender brings to the floor 21 years of...
  • Study: Companies Still Advertising Unhealthy Foods to Kids

    Despite a two-year pledge by more than a dozen major food companies to advertise healthier foods to children, about two-thirds of those companies' ads remain for products of low nutritional quality, according to a study released Monday. The report,...