Monster Beverage Corp., maker of Hansen’s Natural Soda and Monster energy drinks, was sued for patent infringement by a Texas company.
Colby College, a liberal arts school in Waterville, Maine, suspended 12 students for violating school policies in an incident on campus last year involving sexual misconduct.
Wheat tumbled the most in a week after Russia, once the second-biggest exporter, said it will allow grain shipments to resume after a 10-month ban.
Premiums paid for aluminum in North America climbed this month because of a scarcity of the lightweight metal, researcher CRU said.
After some four years away, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs looked in danger of needing a new name.
Aluminum headed for the biggest weekly gain since November 2012 in London as orders to withdraw the metal from warehouses surged while producers curb output. Nickel touched a one-year high.
Wheat rose in Chicago, heading for a second monthly gain, on speculation cold weather in Europe will hurt winter crops that lack protective snow cover. Corn and soybeans climbed.
Nickel rose in London, leading a rebound in industrial metals, as lower prices attracted investors.
"After the thrashing copper received yesterday, that pulled the rest down too, it is not surprising that there is some rebound."
- William Adams on Jan 15, 2015
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