Walmart has been hit with a class action lawsuit in the midst of a threatened employee walkout on Black Friday, one of the busiest, most profitable shopping days of the year. Will worker troubles have an impact, or is this old hat for Walmart?
Peanut butter recall affecting Sunland products now includes packages of raw and roasted peanuts sold nationwide and on the Internet. The peanut butter recall has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has sickened 35 people in 19 states.
Kellogg Company has issued a recall of 2.8 million packages of unfrosted and Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal due to possible contamination with fragments of metal mesh. The Kellog Company says that the affected batches of Mini-Wheats range in size and were distributed nationwide.
The Toyota Prius Plug-in doesn't have quite the sales numbers as the headline-grabbing Chevy Volt. But Toyota's entry into the electric hybrid market with the Prius Plug-in has been a quiet initial success for the automaker.
Mitt Romney's Big Bird comment in last night's debate took over Twitter and reignited the age old debate over federal arts funding. But would the subsidy cut really mean all that much for Big Bird's fate – or the budget?
Peanut butter recall in 30 states now includes other nut products from manufacturer Sunland, Inc., which may be linked to a salmonella outbreak. Several major retailers, including Whole Foods and Target, have pulled products as part of the expanded peanut butter recall.
Bacon shortage in much of the world will drive up prices to new records in 2013, a British association of pig farmers says. It's not just a bacon shortage. Higher prices should also hit beef, eggs, and poultry.
NFL replacement referees cost the Green Bay Packers a win Monday night, and frustrations are reaching a boiling point. But while fans, players, and coaches are paying a price, the NFL itself isn't losing anything but the public relations battle.
Fans, coaches, and players keep grumbling, but replacement referees are still officiating in the NFL as the regular officials remained locked out. . Here are the 4 factors keeping union refs and the NFL from reaching a deal – and leaving the replacements to botch calls through another weekend.
Alexander Ovechkin and other NHL stars are signing up to play abroad as the NHL lockout continues, with no end in sight. The lockout is the league's second in eight years, as owners and players like Alexander Ovechkin argue over how to share $3.3 billion in revenue.
Housing prices are manipulated by shady real estate agents who practice 'flopping.' Instead of making homes look good to raise housing prices, tey make them look bad so banks will sell them for a loss.
Hot Toy Reservations from Toys R Us lets parents reserve holiday toys before Halloween. The hot toy reservations system is a great way for Toys R Us to generate early holiday shopping buzz and maximize profits. But is it good for customers?
McDonald's will introduce calorie counts on its menu boards nationwide, starting next week. Other chains will have to follow McDonald's soon enough: Obama's health-care law will soon require restaurant chains with 20 or more locations to post calorie counts on their menus.
Jerry Wipes, inspired by a viral video of Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones getting his glasses cleaned, will be sold in the Dallas Cowboys online store. Jerry Wipes aren't the first instance of the polarizing NFL owner poking fun at himself – or making money.
The Chevy Volt is losing money for GM two years after its debut. But initial losses on investments in new auto technology are typical, and the Chevy Volt may offer GM an environmentally responsible 'halo effect.'
Chipotle: cheating charges force the chain of Mexican restaurants to change policy. In high-traffic restaurants, it had been rounding customers' tabs up or down to the nearest nickel. Saving time? Because some customers complained of Chipotle cheating, it now only rounds down.