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Yum!'s 2014 CSR Report Launches: Focuses on Building Three Iconic Brands People Trust and Champion

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Yum!’s 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, which highlights our performance and progress across focus areas of food, people, environment and community, has been released online.

“CSR is at the heart of how we are growing our three iconic brands,” said Greg Creed, CEO, Yum! Brands, Inc. “I’m proud of the progress we’re making on our journey and we are going to get better and more courageous every day at delivering on the high quality, high integrity commitments our consumers and stakeholders care about most in our food, people, communities and environment.”

CBRE Group, Inc. makes Companies that Care Honor Roll for Eighth Consecutive Year

National Award Recognizes Commitment to Employees, Families and Communities
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Los Angeles, March 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – CBRE Group, Inc. today announced it has been named to the Companies That Care Honor Roll for the eighth consecutive year. Companies on the 2015 Honor Roll have demonstrated socially responsible workplace practices and active community involvement, as determined by Center for Companies That Care, a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the well-being of employees, families and communities. CBRE is the only commercial real estate services firm on the list.

Coca-Cola Recognized by State Department for Typhoon Haiyan Relief

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Just over a year ago, Typhoon Haiyan – also known as Typhoon Yolanda – devastated central Philippines.

Arrow Cardboard Engineering Challenge

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Catapults, spaceships, a 50s-era diner, even a working violin – all were made from cardboard and other scrap materials by Colorado schoolchildren as part of a global cardboard engineering challenge.

Arrow Electronics is the title sponsor of the Cardboard Engineering Challenge at the Cherry Creek School District, the public school district serving the company’s headquarters location in southeast metro Denver. The October 8th competition featured 680 teams with 750 participating student innovators.

KeyBank Leads the Way in Serving the Underserved

$250 Million in Checks Cashed, 32,000 Individuals Educated, KeyBasic Credit Line Lauded
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CLEVELAND, October 21, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Since launching KeyBank Plus in 2004, KeyBank has been a leader in responsible innovation for the underserved. KeyBank Plus is a unique combination of solutions which goes beyond “traditional” banking, creates economic stability and wealth-building, and offers reasonably priced products with features that ensure responsible use. For its approach to the underserved, Key has been recognized as an industry leader by the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI), the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), the Federal Reserve, the U.S.

The Coca-Cola Company and Women's Empowerment

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Unleashing the entrepreneurial potential of women is one of the most powerful and enduring ways to help families and communities prosper. Our investments in the success of women fuel our own success and the success of communities around the world.

Click to read more from our 2013/2014 Sustainability Report: CokeURL.com/5by20

21st Century Fox Launches Ghetto Film School in Los Angeles

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As part of its annual Philanthropy Issue, The Hollywood Reporter featured 21st Century Fox's partnership with the Ghetto Film School as one of several initiatives that are "shaking up the ways Hollywood thinks about giving back." For the past 14 years, the Ghetto Film School has operated as a New York-based nonprofit that teaches filmmaking to young people from traditionally low-income neighborhoods.

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Join the Impact Equation September 8-10 in DC
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ShotSpotter and AT&T Demonstrate Responsible & Innovative Use of M2M Technology

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“Criminal gunfire is vastly under-reported in the United States,” explains Ralph Clark, President and CEO of SST, Inc. “In fact, SST estimates that less than 20 percent of illegally fired gunshots are reported to 9-1-1. The other 80+ percent of the time, no one calls 9-1-1, and the communities most impacted by gun violence are the least likely to call.”

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