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Green Mountain Coffee Roasters’ Lawrence Blanford recognized with “Responsible CEO of the Year” Award

first_imgCorporate Responsibility Magazine named Lawrence J. Blanford, President and CEO of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR), as its 2010 Responsible CEO of the Year in the Mid-Cap category. It is the second consecutive year Blanford has received this honor.‘On behalf of all our extraordinary GMCR employees, I am honored to again receive this recognition,’ said Mr. Blanford. ‘Our company’s purpose ‘ to create the ultimate coffee experience in every life we touch ‘ lives and breathes in daily efforts and commitment of our employees. It is through them that GMCR has been able to demonstrate that social and environmental responsibility and profitability go hand-in-hand and we are hopeful that our work can inspire others.’The Mid-Cap category includes medium-sized, public companies (sales between $100 million and $1.999 billion). Mr. Blanford accepted the award last night at ceremonies at the CR Officer Summit at the historic Union League Club of Chicago.GMCR’s ‘whole system’ approach to corporate social responsibility includes allocating at least five percent of its pre-tax profits to socially and environmentally responsible initiatives in its local and supply-chain communities; maintaining a robust employee volunteerism program; offsetting 100% of its direct greenhouse gas emissions; and investing in Fair Trade Certifiedâ ¢ coffee.Each year, CR Magazine (www.thecro.com(link is external)) presents its Responsible CEO of the Year Awards in eight categories. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding achievement in leading Corporate Responsibility initiatives by both setting the tone at the top and taking personal reputational risks to better serve stakeholders. The full list of CR Magazine nominees for the 2010-11 Responsible CEO of the Year Award can be found online at www.thecro.com(link is external).The winners in each category were selected by the editorial committee of CR Magazine, publishers of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. The winners were selected based on four main criteria: the CEO’s organization’s leadership in CR in its category, the CEO’s personal level of reputational risk in leading the CR charge, the organization’s confirmed progress toward stated CR goals, and the CEO’s actual impact on the attainment of the organization’s goals.”Since 2008, the CR Magazine Responsible CEO of the Year Awards have set the standard for leaders who are both setting tone at the top and taking personal reputational risks to better serve stakeholders. Larry Blanford represents the best of responsible corporate leadership in our mid-market category as determined by the editorial team at CR Magazine, home of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List,” said Jay Whitehead, CR Magazine publisher and founder.In March 2010, GMCR was named one of the ‘100 Best Corporate Citizens’ by CR Magazine.About Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR)As a leader in the specialty coffee industry, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. is recognized for its award-winning coffees, innovative brewing technology, and socially responsible business practices. GMCR’s operations are managed through two business units. The Specialty Coffee business unit produces coffee, tea and hot cocoa from its family of brands, including Tully’s Coffee®, Green Mountain Coffee®, Newman’s Own® Organics coffee, Timothy’s World Coffee® and Diedrich®, Coffee People® and Gloria Jeans®, a trademark licensed to the Company for use in North America and owned by Gloria Jeans Coffees International Pty. Ltd. The Keurig business unit is a pioneer and leading manufacturer of gourmet single-cup brewing systems. K-Cup® portion packs for Keurig® Single-Cup Brewers are produced by a variety of roasters, including Green Mountain Coffee, Tully’s, Timothy’s and Diedrich. GMCR supports local and global communities by offsetting 100% of its direct greenhouse gas emissions, investing in Fair Trade Certifiedâ ¢ coffee, and donating at least five percent of its pre-tax profits to social and environmental projects. Visit www.gmcr.com(link is external) for more information.GMCR routinely posts information that may be of importance to investors in the Investor Relations section of its web site, including news releases and its complete financial statements, as filed with the SEC. GMCR encourages investors to consult this section of its web site regularly for important information and news. Additionally, by subscribing to GMCR’s automatic email news release delivery, individuals can receive news directly from GMCR as it is released. Source: CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine. 11.4.2010last_img read more

December 1, 2004 News and Notes

first_img December 1, 2004 News & Notes News and Notes Alexander E. Barthet of The Barthet Law Firm in Miami coordinated and spoke at Lorman Education Services’ seminar titled “Show Us the Money! How to Get Paid on a Construction Project.” Betsy E. Gallagher and Christopher B. Hopkins of Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A., were appointed chair of the editorial board of the Trial Advocate Quarterly. Melanie Ann Hines of Berger Singerman in Tallahassee was inducted as president of the William H. Stafford American Inn of Court. Hines has also been named to the Leadership Florida Class XXIII. Fred Maglione was recently appointed director of alumni services with Omega Financial, Inc. Eric M. Sodhi of The Barthet Firm in Miami wrote “Commonality of Control: How Much is Necessary to Shed the Light of Legitimacy into the Gray Market?” which will be published by Trademark World. Mark N. Miller and Kristie Hatcher-Bolin of GrayRobinson in Lakeland, and Cristina A. Equi of the Orlando office, were recently published in Bender’s Labor and Employment Bulletin. The article focused on employer liability for threats of termination. C. Richard Nail, of the Lakeland office, was elected to serve as treasurer of the Lakeland Bar Association. Michael Cohen, executive director of Florida Lawyers Assistance, recently addressed the annual dinner of the Illinois Lawyers Assistance Program on the topic of “Reaching Out to Our Colleagues: How the Lawyer Assistance Program Can Help.” Brad E. Coren of Weston was inducted as a member of the Stephen R. Boopher American Inn of Court. Mark P. Barneby of Kirk Pinkerton was elected vice president for the Library Foundation of the Manatee County Library System. Christine A. Donoghue, and Daniel P. Mitchell with the Tampa office of GrayRobinson were awarded top honors by the Florida Defense Lawyers Association at its annual meeting in Longboat Key. Donoghue was awarded the 2004 FDLA James A. Dixon Young Lawyer Award. Mitchell received the 2004 FDLA President’s Award for his service to the organization during this past year. Nelson Slosbergas of Miami completed the diploma program in offshore e-Commerce law, presented by the International Business Law Services and The Royal Society of Fellows. William E. Ruffier of Dellecker Wilson & King, P.A., in Orlando served as a faculty presenter for the National Business Institute’s workshop on “Handling Medical Negligence Cases in Florida.” Bruce A. Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale discussed “Florida’s New Mediation Confidentiality and Privilege Act” at the North Broward Bar Association. Jason E. Havens of Havens & Miller, PLLC, in Destin joined the advisory board of the Capital Trust Company. Christopher Shulman of Christopher M. Shulman, P.A., Alternative Dispute Resolutions in Tampa has been selected by the Collins Center for Public Policy to serve on the Mediator Roster for those mediations associated with the Hurricane Relief Dispute Resolution Program. Ronald Lieberman with Glantz & Glantz, P.A., in Plantation was appointed to serve as editor-in-chief of the District 6990 newsletter. Lieberman also named Rotarian of the Year for Vocational Services. Mark Eiglarsh of Robbins, Tunkey, Ross, Amsel, Raben, Waxman & Eiglarsh, P.A., and Brian Tannebaum of Tannebaum, Planas & Weiss, LLP, presented “What Every Civil Lawyer Should Know About Criminal Law,” a CLE seminar sponsored by the Dade County Bar Young Lawyers Section. Deborah L. Russell of Cummings & Lockwood, LLC, in Naples was selected to participate in the Leadership Collier Class of 2005. Russell was also a featured speaker for the Corporate Fiduciaries of Southwest Florida on the topic of “Corporate Trustee Liability Isues.” Nathaniel L. Doliner of Carlton Fields in Tampa moderated a corporate governance program held in Paris, France, titled “The Impact of Converging Business Legal Issues in the World’s Two Largest Markets: Greater Europe and the United States.” Mary Li Creasy of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick LLP, in Tampa presented a half-day seminar for the National Business Institute on advanced employment topics which covered wage/hour law, employee privacy issues, and termination. Creasy also participated in a panel presentation for “Get on Board, The Art of Board Leadership.” John E. Meagher of Shutts & Bowen, LLP, spoke at the 13th National Educational Conference of the Association of Administrative Law Judges, in Orlando, on the topic of “Determining Disability in a Non-adversarial System.” Meagher also participated in a panel discussion on malingering and deception. Theresa Van Vliet of Ruden McClosky in Ft. Lauderdale was appointed to the ABA Business Law Section Corporate Client Committee and its subcommittees on compliance investigation and document retention and e-policies. Gregory W. Meier of Shuffield Lowman was a keynote speaker at the Florida Owners’ Marketing Convention in Coventry, England on the topic of U.S. Estate Planning for Citizens of the U.K. Gregory L. Hill of Kissimmee was named co-chair of “Forensic Digital Evidence: Current and Prospective Scientific and Legal Issues,” presented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting. Lisa Landy of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami has been elected co-chair of Women Lawyers of Interlaw Americas. Richard M. Zelman of Miami’s Sacher, Zelman, Van Sant, Paul, Beiley, Hartman, Rolnick & Waldman, P.A., gave a lecture at Harvard University Law School titled “Public Taking for Private Purposes: Public Good or Public Theft?” Gunster Yoakley in Ft. Lauderdale was the recipient of the 2004 Compassion Award from the Wildlife Care Center. Steve Rossman of Rossman Baumberger Reboso & Spier, P.A., was recenly elected to the national board of Easter Seals at the organization’s annual meeting in Phoenix. Valory Greenfield of the Miami office of Florida Legal Services, Inc., was the recipient of the “Community Champion” Award at the annual celebration of the Human Services Coalition of Dade County. Kevin E. Packman of Nelson & Levine, P.A., in North Miami Beach spoke at the Professional Advisory Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Packman spoke on “Florida’s Homestead Laws: Pitfalls and Traps for the Florida Practitioner.” Traci Rollins of Steel, Hector & Davis in West Palm Beach was appointed to the board of directors of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – Greater Palm Beach Chapter. December 1, 2004 News and Noteslast_img read more

Tema Youth Coach threatens to quit coaching due to poor officiating

first_imgTema Youth head coach Edward Odoom says he will be forced to quit coaching if officiating in the Ghana Premier League does not improve.Odoom launched a scathing attack on referee Nuhu Liman in their 1-0 defeat at Medeama SC on Sunday to end the first half of the league.“I’m going to stop coaching because of poor officiating, we were not lacking composure but you could see the referee, any move we make is either a foul or an offside,’’ Odoom spoke to JOY Sports.“Infact it is a very shameful day for officiating in Ghana, we lost because of the referee’s performance, very bad bad officiating. I have been in this job for over 30 years and have never seen a referee like this and because of what he did I’m going to stop coaching.”Tema Youth finished just above the relegation mark with a better goal difference.last_img read more

Panthers hire Baylor’s Matt Rhule as new head coach, reports say

first_imgThe Panthers have a new head man.After dismissing coach Ron Rivera following a Week 13 loss to Washington, Carolina began searching for a replacement. That effort culminated in the hiring of Baylor coach Matt Rhule, per multiple Tuesday reports. Sources: Baylor coach Matt Rhule finalizing a deal to become next coach of the Carolina Panthers.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) January 7, 2020The #Panthers had a top two of Josh McDaniels and Matt Rhule. Owner David Tepper spent yesterday in Waco with Rhule and his family, and he heard enough. Rather than risk Rhule getting on the plane, he made a deal. Rhule is now Carolina’s coach.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 7, 2020MORE: How Panthers will approach their breakup with Cam NewtonRhule is reportedly receiving a seven-year deal which could amount to $70 million including incentives, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.Panthers are giving former Baylor HC Matt Rhule a seven-year – seven year – deal worth $60 million that with incentives could be worth up to $70 million, per league sources.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 7, 2020Rhule has a single year of NFL coaching experience as an assistant offensive line coach with the Giants in 2012. He has compiled a 19-23 record with Baylor, turning the program around from a one-win season in 2017 to an 11-win season in 2019. Baylor lost this year’s Sugar Bowl to Georgia. Widely regarded as a program-builder, Rhule helped reinvigorate Baylor football following the sexual assault scandal that rocked the program with sanctions. Rhule previously was the coach of the Temple Owls, where he led the team to consecutive 10-win seasons, the first time in program history.Rhule was also atop the Giants list for their head coaching vacancy, and he recently turned down the opportunity to interview for the Browns’ head coaching gig. The Panthers also had interest in Patriots offensive coordinator and former Broncos coach Josh McDaniels.Rhule, 44, played college ball at Penn State as a linebacker in the 1980s.last_img read more