(Reuters) — A leading U.S. meat supplier said on Monday that a Chinese unit at the center of a food safety scandal had issues that were “absolutely inconsistent” with the group's high standards.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association on Tuesday filed a proposed $75 million settlement of several consolidated class action suits brought by athletes who suffered concussions while playing college sports.
The EEOC has filed suit against a construction equipment supplier, charging that it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by improperly demanding disability-related information from its workers.
An Illinois appeals court has upheld an $84.5 million insurance award to drugmaker Abbott Laboratories in a breach-of-contract claim against several Lloyd’s of London syndicate underwriters.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued draft versions of the reporting forms most employers will begin using next year to show that their group health insurance plans comply with the health care reform law.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. is taking over and terminating the underfunded pension plan sponsored by the estate of one-time businessman and corporate raider Victor Posner.
Marsh & McLennan Cos. Inc. reported 2014 second-quarter revenue of $3.36 billion on Tuesday, a 6.8% increase over the same period last year.
Willis Group Holdings P.LC. said Tuesday that its second-quarter revenue increased 5.1% to $935.0 million as commissions and fees grew, but increased income tax charges and expenses limited its net income.
The vast majority of workers at a Naples, Florida, produce packing plant are accused in a scheme to commit workers compensation fraud, the Florida Department of Financial Services said Tuesday.
OSHA has cited an Omaha, Nebraska-based livestock feed manufacturer for multiple federal safety and health violations following a deadly partial collapse at its processing plant in January.
(Reuters) — RPM International Inc. announced a $797.5 million deal to resolve asbestos claims against its Bondex International Inc. unit, which filed for protection from creditors in 2010 after mounting personal injury lawsuits.
The same-sex partner of a woman who was murdered while working in an Anchorage, Alaska, hotel is eligible for workers compensation death benefits, the Alaska Supreme Court has ruled.