Tyson Foods to Settle Price-Fixing Claims

Tyson Foods Inc. stated it has agreed to pay $221.5 million to settle with plaintiff teams of poultry patrons that sued it for price-fixing claims,…

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Procter & Gamble Gets Shoppers to Pay Up

Procter & Gamble Co. gross sales surged in the newest quarter, fueled partly by demand for high-end family merchandise from expensive dish cleaning soap to…

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Companies Revisit Financial Forecasts Ahead of Potential Tax Changes

Companies are ramping up their monetary forecasting and planning to organize for potential adjustments to the U.S. tax code underneath the incoming Biden administration, that…

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Google Play Suspends Wimkin, Citing Posts Calling for Violence

Alphabet Inc.’s Google has eliminated the small social-media website Wimkin from its Google Play retailer, becoming a member of Apple Inc. in slicing the app’s…

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McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, Popeyes and Other Chains Bite Into the Fervor for Chicken Sandwiches

The hottest merchandise in the burger enterprise is rooster. At least 10 main U.S. fast-food chains have launched fried-chicken sandwiches in the previous three months,…

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Samsung Is Without a Leader as Jay Y. Lee Returns to Prison

SEOUL— Samsung ’s de facto chief, Lee Jae-yong, returned to jail, throwing the South Korean conglomerate into disarray throughout a generational switch of energy as…

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Argentina Is a Testing Ground for Moscow’s Global Vaccine Drive

Russia is promoting hundreds of thousands of doses of its homegrown Sputnik V vaccine overseas, making it a main provider of a shot that may give Moscow a helpful…

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Mobile Game Company Playtika’s Shares Rise 17% in Debut

Shares of cellular recreation firm Playtika Holding Corp. rose 17% in their market debut, fueled by development in the videogame business and hovering demand for…

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Mask Makers Work With FEMA, Get Antitrust Protection

Medical-gear makers are sharing manufacturing data and receiving safety from antitrust scrutiny, the businesses and federal officers mentioned, a part of authorities efforts to higher…

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Samsung Debuts New Galaxy Smartphones, Eyeing Pandemic-Weary Consumers

SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. ’s latest smartphones characteristic improved cameras, show capabilities for weary eyes and stylus compatibility. But as world smartphone gross sales are…

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