Kelloggs Code Of Conduct

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Ethical company: Kellogg’s Battle Creek, Michigan HQ 2 Hamblin Ave E, Battle Creek, MI 49017 Kellogg Company has once again been recognized as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute, an independent research center promoting best practices in corporate ethics and governance. This is the sixth time Kellogg has received the designation since Ethisphere first began honoring companies in 2007.According to Ethisphere, honorees understand the correlation between ethics, reputation and daily interactions with their brand. World's Most Ethical honorees not only promote ethical business standards and practices internally, they exceed legal compliance minimums and shape future industry standards by introducing best practices…show more content…
In 1996, he made his way to the US House of Representatives, and in 2002 he was elected governor of Illinois. Blagojevich's career was mired in scandal and charges of corruption, culminating in 2010 when he was convicted of a federal offense: lying to the FBI. After graduating high school, Blagojevich enrolled at the University of Tampa. He spent two years in Florida before transferring to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. To pay for college, he began working for the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System as a dishwasher. In 1979, Blagojevich received his bachelor's degree from Northwestern, and entered Pepperdine University Law School in Malibu, California, soon after. Rob’s friends during this time remember him as an outstanding student with an impressive knowledge of U.S. presidents. Blagojevich was also talked about as one of the more socially conservative students in the class, who didn't drink or socialize much. He graduated with his Juris Doctor in 1983, and immediately began work as a private attorney in Chicago. In 1986, Rob joined Chicago Mayor Richard Daley's legal team as the Cook County Assistant State's Attorney, where he specialized in domestic abuse crimes and felony weapons cases. Two years later, he decided to return to private practice. At this time he attended a fund-raiser hosted by Chicago Alderman, Richard Mell, in the hopes of drumming up more business. Instead, he became infatuated with…show more content…
House of Representatives, beating out Republican Mike Flannagan for former U.S. Representative Dan Rostenkowski's seat. Blagojevich went on to serve three terms as a congressman. His most notable achievement during his service came in 1999, when he helped Reverend Jesse Jackson free three U.S. prisoners of war in Yugoslavia. With Mell's help, Blagojevich once again decided to run for office in 2002‚ this time as a gubernatorial candidate for the state of Illinois. Campaigning as an idealistic, progressive candidate against corruption, the young politician won his bid against Illinois Attorney General Roland Burris and Chicago Public Schools Superintendent Paul Vallas. His election made him the first democrat in 26 years to win a governorship in Illinois. By 2008, Blagojevich's performance as governor had earned him a 13 percent approval rating, giving him the title of "Least Popular Governor in the Nation." Later that same year, federal agents finally had enough evidence to arrest the governor for attempting to trade President-elect Barack Obama's newly vacant senatorial seat in return for campaign contributions and a high-paying job for his wife. Transcripts of phone conversations also revealed that Blagojevich threatened to block financial assistance to the company that owns the Chicago Tribune newspaper, unless they fired members of the paper's editorial board who

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