Rodent Feces ‘Too Numerous To Count’ Among Violations Found At Necco PlantThe Food and Drug Administration has warned the struggling New England Confectionery Company about “serious violations” found at its Revere plant.
Campbell Soup Prepares For Hit From Steel TariffsAnthony DiSilvestro, the chief financial officer at Campbell, said a lot of the company's rising costs will be "driven by the impact of anticipated tariffs."
J.C. Penney Cuts Yearly Outlook, Blaming Spring WeatherPenney said the cool weather hurt sales of its kids and women's clothing. Sales of its men's clothing, however, rose as it increased its big and tall selection.
Bumble Bee CEO Indicted On Canned Tuna Price Fixing ChargeThree other people, including a former StarKist tuna company executive, have previously been charged.
Voters Could Decide Fate Of Sports Betting In California A monumental ruling by the United States Supreme Court sets the stage for legalized sports betting across the country.
Judge Orders Wells Fargo To Pay California Workers $97 Million A federal judge has ordered Wells Fargo to pay $97.3 million in damages to mortgage workers in California who weren’t paid enough for their breaks.
Call Kurtis: Couple Says Cancellation Leaves Parents Out Of WeddingBride-to-be Beatrice Aguilar says Alaska Airlines ruined her wedding when they canceled a flight that kept her in-laws from attending.
Entenmann’s Has A New Job Available: Chief Donut OfficerIn celebration of National Donut Day on June 1, the company has announced a contest for the "job" which will pay one lucky person $5,000 and a one year supply of free donuts.
California May Become First State To Require Solar Panels On New HomesPeople wanting to buy a new home in California may soon face an additional upfront expense -- solar panels that will reduce energy use.
Feds Warning Drivers To Park Cars Due To Takata Airbag RecallThomas Willing-Mayer, who works at Ron DuPratt Ford in Dixon says he's worked on vehicles that have come in for the Takata airbag recall.
Oil Prices Top $70 A Barrel For First Time Since 2014The stock market closed slightly higher as investors bet that companies and consumers can cope with the increase.
4 Reasons Why Wall Street Is Worried About TeslaShares in the electric car company slumped 5.5 percent Thursday, a day after it reported its first-quarter results.