The National Labor Relations Board will review the circumstances under which unions can display a massive inflatable rat at protests, despite court findings that its use is protected by the First Amendment.
Farmers can continue to use dicamba for five years, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler said Tuesday, offering certainty to cotton and soybean growers who are the most frequent users of the weedkiller make by Bayer AG, BASF SE, and Syngenta AG.
Newly confirmed U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett will immediately be embroiled in some of the nation’s biggest legal battles, including cases that could determine whether the president who nominated her gets four more years in the White House.
General Electric Co. didn’t help Baker Hughes Inc.'s board dupe shareholders into agreeing to its merger with GE’s oil and gas division in a deal worth $23 billion, but the oilfield giant’s former CEO must face claims that he concealed GE’s financials from investors, a Delaware Chancery Court judge ruled Tuesday.
Tyson Foods Inc., Cargill Inc., Hormel Foods Corp., Butterball LLC, and other top poultry processors must face retailer claims that they schemed to inflate the price of turkey, but Kraft Heinz Food Co. is off the hook, a federal judge in Chicago ruled, a week after a parallel decision in a case brought by wholesalers.
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