Chicken Industry Executives, Including Pilgrim’s Pride CEO, Indicted on Price-Fixing Charges

The chief executive of one of the country’s biggest chicken producers and three other industry executives were indicted Wednesday for allegedly conspiring to fix prices…

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Campbell’s Sales Rise on Coronavirus Buying

Campbell Soup Co. raised earnings expectations for its fiscal year after demand skyrocketed for its soup and snacks during the coronavirus pandemic. Campbell said Wednesday…

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China’s BYD Gets Extension on $1 Billion California Mask Deal

BYD Co., a Chinese electric-car maker turned mask producer, said it had secured a second reprieve on a troubled $1 billion deal to sell N95…

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CEOs and Big Businesses Speak Out on Racism, Police Violence

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Coty Appoints Chairman Peter Harf as CEO to Spearhead Turnaround

Coty Inc. on Monday appointed its fourth new chief executive in less than four years, and finalized its $2.5 billion deal to sell a majority…

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Nestlé Loses Fight With Impossible Over Meatless Burger Branding

Nestlé SA must stop branding its plant-based burger “Incredible” after a European court ruled the language infringed on Impossible Foods Inc.’s trademarks and could confuse…

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Meat Plants Reopen, but Burgers Stay Pricey

A national meat-supply crunch driven by the coronavirus pandemic is beginning to ease, though meat and grocery suppliers expect the effects to linger for months.…

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Semiconductor Industry to Lobby for Billions to Boost U.S. Manufacturing

The American semiconductor industry is gearing up for a lobbying push to obtain billions of dollars in federal funding for factory building and research to…

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HBO Max Leaves AT&T at Odds With Amazon and Roku

HBO Max, AT&T Inc.’s newly launched streaming service, isn’t available on Amazon.com Inc.’s platforms as both companies remain at loggerheads over where the content will…

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A Coronavirus Chain Reaction: Less Driving Means Less Fizz for Sodas

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