DENMARK: Companies operating in a new world says Danisco CEO
It is necessary to ensure that the softening of the boundaries in the traditional distribution of work between the business community and the government takes place in a manner benefiting all parties. Together, the government and companies must find a suitable balance between the hard and the soft values. Without growth and earnings, this will fail. Without a stable and well-functioning society with proper social conditions, it is impossible to run a sound business. Today, the dividing line between business and society is blurred, writes Alf Duch-Pedersen.
Danish food and ingredients firm Danisco has announced a rise in income for the first quarter ended 31 July, but profits fell....
Danish food and ingredients firm has said the overall integration of Genencor following the takeover in April is on track, with the acquisition providing Danisco with an opportunity to strengthen its ...
Danish sugar and food ingredients firm Danisco has said its first harvest forecast indicates a sugar production slightly above the EU's sugar quotas....
Food ingredients company Danisco has announced that Tom Knutzen is to be its next CEO. He replaces Alf Duch-Pedersen, who as planned retires at the end of August 2006 when he turns 60....
Danish food ingredients firm Danisco has announced a rise in profit for the year to 30 April 2005 to 1.242bn Danish Kroner (US$203m), compared with 1.009bn the year before....
A group of Danish danish companies and scientific institutions are joining forces in a new research centre aimed at research and development within the field of healthy and safe foods, dairy group Arl...
Danish food ingredients firm Danisco announced today (Tuesday) that it will end sugar beet processing at its Kursenai facility as from the 2005 beet campaign....
Danish food ingredients firm Danisco has announced management changes designed to increase focus on the upcoming integration of Genencor and to secure a smooth management succession in the Danisco F...
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