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  2. Mondelez International - Wikipedia

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    Mondelez International, Inc. ( / ˌmoʊndəˈliːz / MOHN-də-LEEZ ), [3] often styled Mondelēz, is an American multinational confectionery, food, holding and beverage and snack food company based in Chicago. [4] Mondelez has an annual revenue of about $26 billion and operates in approximately 160 countries. [5]

  3. Cube Route - Wikipedia

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    Cube Route is a fantasy novel by British-American writer Piers Anthony, the twenty-seventh book of the Xanth series.. Pangrammatic window. The shortest known published pangrammatic window, a stretch of naturally occurring text that contains all the letters in the alphabet, is found on page 98 of the 2004 First Mass Market Edition.

  4. List of Mondelez International brands - Wikipedia

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    This list of Mondelez International brands (formerly Kraft Foods Inc.) includes brand-name products that are developed, owned, licensed, or distributed by Mondelez International. The company's core businesses are snack foods and confectionery .

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    Perfect for clothes and toiletries, these cubes can be arranged however you like and help to make the most of the space in your luggage. Available in nine different colors, Shacke Pak Packing Cube ...

  6. Cube (1997 film) - Wikipedia

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    Cube is a 1997 Canadian independent science fiction horror film directed and co-written by Vincenzo Natali. A product of the Canadian Film Centre's First Feature Project, Nicole de Boer, Nicky Guadagni, David Hewlett, Andrew Miller, Julian Richings, Wayne Robson, and Maurice Dean Wint star as individuals trapped in a bizarre and deadly labyrinth of cube-shaped rooms.

  7. Nabisco worker calls for boycott of company’s snacks amid ...

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    Mondelez International’s net income climbed 98% in the quarter ended in June to $1.1 billion, while sales climbed 12.4% to $6.6 billion, compared to the same time a year ago. Mondelez denies...

  8. C-Cube - Wikipedia

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    C-Cube was founded on August 8, 1988 by Edmund Sun from Weitek and Alexandre Balkanski. The company name originally stood for Creative Circuits Corporation but over time the three C's in C-Cube referred to the markets being served by video compression technology, specifically Computer, Consumer, and Communications. [citation needed]