A battle to control the word “kosher” in Internet addresses is pitting Jewish groups against each other to determine whether a food prepared under ancient strictures should have a new marketplace online.
Kellogg Co. , the largest U.S. breakfast cereal maker, voluntarily recalled about 28 million boxes of cereal including Froot Loops and Honey Smacks, citing unusual taste and odor coming from the liner of packages.
General Mills Inc. showed where U.S. food prices are headed by making some of its breakfast cereals and baking products more expensive, according to Christopher Growe , a Stifel Nicolaus & Co. analyst.
James Burton didn’t have a penny invested in gold of the $142.8 billion he managed as chief executive officer of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System in 2002. Why would he? The metal had been in a bear market for two decades.
Google Inc., which bought Motorola Mobility to gain leverage in the global legal battle over smartphone and tablet computer inventions, can’t use some of its patents to block sales of Microsoft Corp. products, a federal judge ruled.
Kellogg Co. , the largest U.S. maker of breakfast cereals, plans to sell $1 billion of debt that may be used for retirement contributions as companies face the biggest funding deficit for pensions since at least 1994.
Kellogg Co. , the largest U.S. maker of breakfast cereals, sold $1 billion of debt that may be used for retirement contributions as companies face the biggest funding deficit for pensions since at least 1994.
Walt Disney Co., aiming to combat childhood obesity by banning junk-food ads, will require that food and beverage advertising to kids on its TV networks and radio stations meet new nutritional standards by 2015.