MIAMI U.S. drinkers of Beck’s beer who thought the American-made brew they were buying was still a fancy, century-old German import can get cash payments under a $20 million settlement approved Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit over deceptive packaging.
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HERSHEY, Pa. Pennsylvania’s most iconic chocolate maker is doubling-down on one of its most popular treats.
The Hershey Company on Tuesday announced its Hershey Kisses Deluxe.
The new Kisses, on sale Nov. 5, will be twice the size of a normal Kiss ‚Äî the oversized, chocolate chips wrapped in silver foil ‚Äî and feature a hazelnut centre and rice crisps in the chocolate.
HALIFAX The Nova Scotia government says a U.S. Commerce Department decision to continue imposing tariffs on a Cape Breton paper mill is based on an erroneous assumption about what constitutes a subsidy.
TORONTO Government documents suggest the federal Department of Finance is keeping close tabs on shadow mortgage lenders, a fast-growing segment of the market that could threaten the country’s financial stability if left unregulated.
BRUSSELS At the sixth time of asking, British-based brewer SABMiller accepted “in principle” Tuesday a 69 billion-pound ($106 billion) takeover offer from Belgian-Brazilian Anheuser Busch InBev that will create the world’s biggest beer company and bring together top U.S. brands Budweiser and Miller Genuine Draft.
NEW YORK ‚Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign of the decades-old magazine, according to a news report Monday.
Executives for the magazine company told The New York Times that the change will take place in March 2016.
STORRS, Conn.—A food truck at the University of Connecticut is serving up roasted crickets.
The Daily Campus reports the university’s dining services are advertising the insects as organic, not genetically-modified, and Earth-friendly.
The crickets are high in protein and low in fat.
They’re also a source of B vitamins, iron, and zinc.
WASHINGTON Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says some Wall Street executives should have gone to jail for their roles in the financial crisis that gripped the country in 2008 and triggered the Great Recession.
STORRS, Conn. A food truck at the University of Connecticut is serving up roasted crickets.
The Daily Campus reports the university’s dining services are advertising the insects as organic, not genetically modified and earth friendly.
The crickets are high in protein and low in fat. They’re a source of B vitamins, iron and zinc.
Gender equality in Corporate America is happening so slowly that it could take more than a century for women to have the same number of top executive jobs as men, according to a new study.