Power 50 Ranking: 34 Title: Chairman and CEO Company: General Mills Key Developments: Grew sales/volume; held pricing; touted healthy food benefits. What's Next: Fifty new products in first half. He’s feeling his Cheerios! Kendall Powell turned in a solid fiscal year, ending May 31, 2009, for shareholders of the $15 billion Minneapolis-based General Mills. Net sales were up 8% for the year despite the recession and cost inflation. The reason Powell bucked recessionary and ...
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