I was in the audience when President Bill Clinton took the stage at the very first meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) back in 2005.
We employ 115,000 people at Tyson Foods—we call them team members—and we work hard every day to make great food. We feed our families, the nation, and the world trusted products and, as one of the world’s largest food companies, we also do what we can to make a difference.
I’ve lived and worked in China most of my life, and have witnessed firsthand the country’s economic rise. The stories one hears outside of China focus on prosperity, massive infrastructure projects, and an increasing middle class and consumer base.
The United Nation's Development Programme estimates that women do 66% of the world’s work, but only earn 10% of the world’s income. Coca-Cola is working to bridge this divide.
In 2001, President Nelson Mandela personally invited President Clinton to South Africa to speak about the vital role young people and citizen service play in strengthening a society.