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The form of the company is completely out of personal color, which is the permanent combination of capital. The survival and safety of shareholders do not affect the normal operation of the company. Therefore, the company has a long duration and high stability. Article 2 of the company law of China stipulates: "a company referred to in this law refers to a limited liability company or a joint stock limited company established within the territory of China in accordance with this law. That is to say, China's company law only stipulates two types of companies: limited liability companies and joint stock limited companies. Regarding our country this law stipulation's understanding, has the completely opposite two viewpoints. One view holds that China's company law does not recognize other forms of companies, such as unlimited liability companies and joint venture companies, and other forms of companies cannot be created. Another view is that it does not prohibit the application of laws other than the company act to create other forms of company.
his biggest challenge. He believed that his father's company was legally his because he had invented the galaxy bar and he had suggested that his father set up the Chicago factory. Under frank Mars's second wife, esther, and daughter Patricia, the company lacked innovation. After his death, half of the stake was transferred to forrester, and as a result of the inheritance, he fought a battle for control of the company with his illegitimate son, William Kruppenbacher. Forrest Mars modernized the factory and introduced the machine - made candy in 1953. By 1959, with the introduction of forrester Mars, Mars was the world's number one manufacturer of sugar coated bars. However, forrester still wants full control of the company.
Because Mars bars have become so popular, forrester Mars has turned its attention to something else. In 1934, he bought Chappel Bros., a British dog-food factory that makes canned grated meat. Food for dogs and cats was out of fashion, and they usually ate only human leftovers. Forrester Mars saw an opportunity. He sold canned food from Chappie, with the idea that it was nutritious. Without competitors, he quickly became the market leader.
By 1939, Mars limited was Britain's third largest confectioner. Forrester also set up a factory in Brussels to handle sales of Mars bars across Europe. But as the second world war broke out and the British government began to tax foreigners, he was forced to give up everything. But then he had an idea, and it turned into M&Ms, and when he returned to the United States, he started working with Hershey.
Forrester Mars persuaded Milton Hershey's right-hand man, William Murrie, to develop an insoluble chocolate. He had seen it himself during the Spanish civil war and was quite impressed. Mars will contribute 80 percent of the investment, while Murray will contribute the remaining 20 percent, plus the chocolate-making technology. Murray's son, Bruce, was sent to Mars to implement the investment plan. The product launched in 1941 was M&Ms, and the name stands for Mars and Murrie. The partnership soon changed, however, when Bruce Murray discovered that forrester Mars was a difficult person to work with and sold his entire stake to forrester shortly after. Today, there is no mention of Hershey helping develop M&Ms at all on the Mars or M&Ms website.