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uninc. city (1990 pop. 11,860), Dauphin co., S central Pa.; founded 1903 as a planned community for workers at the Hershey Corp., the chocolate manufacturer that remains its largest employer. Among the city's other products are tools and dies, machinery, and explosives; farm products are processed. The city is a major tourist attraction, with the Hersheypark theme park and ZooAmerica, the Hotel Hershey resort, and museums. The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of Pennsylvania State Univ. and the Milton Hershey School, a residential school for children with financial and social needs, are also there.
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Known today as Milton Hershey School (MHS), the school provides everything for children from disadvantaged backgrounds--a top-notch education, recreation, food, housing, clothing and medical and dental care--all free of charge.
(49) There, the Hersheys envisioned a utopian-esque town where "no
Coveo serves as the intelligent unified portal through which Hershey's intranet is accessed and relevance is managed.
22 February 2012 - Indian private equity fund manager IL&FS Investment Managers Ltd (BOM:511208) is nearing a deal to buy US chocolate maker Hershey Companya[euro](tm)s (NYSE:HSY) 51% in the joint venture with Godrej Consumer Products (BOM:532424), according to a report today by the Economic Times.
Stambaugh's great-aunt Barbara Hershey was killed by an oncoming train at a railroad crossing while coming home from a party in 1896.
In July 2002, the Milton Hershey Trust announced that it would divest itself of Hershey Foods, Inc.
(169) The lack of transparency on the part of chocolate manufacturers is further exemplified by Hershey's refusal to disclose a list of its cocoa suppliers, as proposed through a shareholder resolution.
Hershey's, Hershey, Pennsylvania Since its founding in 1894, the biggest name in milk-chocolate treats has been America-based, with most of its chocolate factories in Pennsylvania, ear Hershey's headquarters.
I became interested in Generations at Work at Hershey when we introduced a training program that highlighted how understanding differences between generational groups enables managers to better motivate and reward employees.
Hershey of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, introduces the first Hershey's[R] Milk chocolate bar.
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If you want to explore a new world of chocolate, check out Cacao Reserve by Hershey's, a premium line of all-natural chocolates and drinking cocoa that offers a variety of superior flavors, pleasing textures, and exotic aromas unlike any other, allowing consumers to explore the different subtleties and intensities of chocolate while learning more about the flavors they prefer.