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IndustryFood & Drink
Chief Executive OfficerGrant F. Reid
Fiscal Year EndDec 30, 2019
As of Nov 23, 2020
Founded in 1911, Mars, Incorporated is one of the largest food companies in the world. Founder Frank C. Mars started the company in his Tacoma, Washington kitchen. His son Forrest E. Mars, Sr. joined the company in the 1920s. Today the company operates four business segments: Petcare, Food, Mars Wrigley, and Mars Edge. Mars Wrigley brands include M&Ms, Skittles, Snickers and Extra. The company is owned by the grandchildren of Frank Mars and employs 130,0000 people in over 80 countries.
A medieval mixture of human blood combined with a compound from urine, sweat or tears from astronauts could glue together soil on Mars or the Moon to produce “AstroCrete”—a material stronger than ordinary concrete—according to scientists at the University of Manchester in the UK.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover successfully collected its first pair of rock samples from a Martian boulder, and scientists are already gaining new insights into the geological history of the landing site.
The $1 billion IPO in June of instant noodle maker Monde Nissin—the country’s biggest listing to date—gave a major boost to the wealth of its controlling shareholders and added Hartono Kweefanus, Henry Soesanto, brothers Keng Sun and Peter Mar to the ranks.
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ICON has raised more than $200 million to 3D print homes to combat the global housing and climate crisis as it ramps up to build habitats for NASA Mars and moon missions. Its CEO, investors, and architect, Bjarke Ingles, share how this startup plans to disrupt the construction industry.
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