Mars makes chocolates, snacks and other products for Earth's consumers. Mars makes global brands M&M's, Snickers, and the Mars bar.
Vienna, AT
Size (employees)
75,000 (est)
Mars was founded in 1911 and is headquartered in Vienna, AT
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Key People/Management at Mars

Grant F. Reid

Grant F. Reid

CEO / Office Of The President
Kelly Hines

Kelly Hines

Global Director - Talent Acquisition Effectiveness
Kate Wylie

Kate Wylie

Global Sustainability Director

Mars Office Locations

Mars has an office in Vienna
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Mars Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Mars Financials

Mars's revenue was reported to be $33 b in FY, 2015

Revenue (FY, 2015)

33 b
USDFY, 2015


33 b
USDY, 2015


78.4 m
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Mars Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
VCA January 09, 2017$9.10 b
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Mars News and Updates

Why Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Satya Nadella Are Among the World's Most Influential People

They're captains of industry, yes, but they're also entrepreneurial icons and infinitely inspiring.

Mars colonists will get blasted with radiation levels 8 times higher than government limits — here's what they're up against

NASA, SpaceX, and other groups are talking about sending people to Mars. However, radiation in deep space and on the surface of the red planet poses a major threat. Understanding and addressing the threats posed by radiation will be essential to visiting Mars, let alone colonizing the planet. Here…

Going to the gym will be even more important once we colonize Mars

One day, long after the Earth has fried and the last remaining super-rich humans are floating in low-gravity spaceships or living on Mars, an astronaut…

House committee approved revised NASA authorization bill

The House Science Committee, after some unusual last-minute drama, approved a NASA authorization bill April 17 that offers more support to the agency’s Earth science program.

Op-ed | Back to ‘back to the moon’

If one replaces the 2024 retirement of ISS with the 2010 retirement of space shuttle, you pretty much have the “back to the moon” space policy of the George W. Bush administration.
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