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1971. Former President of Texas A&M University; former vice president and chief executive officer of Texas A&M University at Galveston. Alvin Luedecke. 1932. Former President of Texas A&M University. Juan L. Maldonado. Attended 1967–1970 with studies in engineering. President of Laredo Community College since 2007. Taylor Marshall.
On January 30, 1980, the union gave striking workers a $15-a-week across-the-board increase in strike benefits, raising the benefit to $55 a week for a single worker and $65 a week for married workers with dependents.  The company and union resumed talks on February 4, 1980, but the discussions ended after just one day.
Exelon's political action committee (PAC) is EXELONPAC. Since divesting from coal, the company is better positioned than many of its competitors to benefit from carbon pricing under a cap and trade plan for reducing carbon dioxide emissions. " [Former] Exelon CEO John Rowe is a vociferous and longtime advocate of climate change legislation.
Kraft Foods Inc. was a multinational confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate. It marketed many brands in more than 170 countries. 12 of its brands annually earned more than $1 billion worldwide: Cadbury, Jacobs, Kraft, LU, Maxwell House, Milka, Nabisco, Oreo, Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia, Trident, and Tang.
Caterpillar Inc.(often shortened to CAT) is an American Fortune100corporation that designs, develops, engineers, manufactures, markets, and sells machinery, engines, financial products, and insurance to customers via a worldwide dealernetwork. It is the world's largest construction-equipment manufacturer.
US$21.076 billion (2019) Operating income US$9.070 billion (2019) Net income US$6.025 billion (2019) Total assets US$32.811 billion (2018) Total equity −US$6.258 billion (2018) Number of employees approx. 210,000 (2018(1.9 million if franchised is included in 2015)) Website www.mcdonalds.com corporate.mcdonalds.com Footnotes / references 
Website. rosario.gob.ar. Rosario ( Spanish pronunciation: [roˈsaɾjo]) is the largest city in the central Argentina province of Santa Fe. The city is located 300 km (186 mi) northwest of Buenos Aires, on the west bank of the Paraná River. Rosario is the third-most populous city in the country, and is also the most populous city in Argentina ...