(Reuters) — The latest food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks, Burger King Worldwide Inc. and others, as well as McDonald's products as far away as Japan.
(Reuters) — McDonald’s Corp. Chief Executive Don Thompson said the company feels “a bit deceived” by the audit it received for China supplier Shanghai Husi Food Co Ltd., which was shut down after a television report showed …
(Reuters) — Google Inc. must face a class action lawsuit filed by a woman whose son had bought online video game items without her consent, a federal judge ruled late on Monday.
The European Central Bank on Thursday reported a breach of its public website, saying it learned about the event after getting an anonymous email seeking financial compensation for the stolen data.
A federal appeals court has ruled the Obama administration cannot subsidize insurance premiums for nearly 7 million Americans, dealing a serious blow to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
(Reuters) — U.S. health insurers will send out about $330 million in rebates to employers and individuals this summer under President Barack Obama's health care reform law, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said on Thursday.
(Reuters) — Property/casualty insurer Travelers Cos. Inc.'s quarterly earnings fell short of analysts' estimates as hail- and windstorms in the United States increased catastrophe losses.
Pembroke, Bermuda-based Validus Holdings Ltd. reported second quarter net income of $153.4 million, up five-fold from net income of $30.7 million in the same period last year as the company benefitted from increased underwriting income and a…
(Reuters) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday said Travelers Cos. should pay more than $500 million to satisfy asbestos-related claims stemming from its coverage of policyholder Johns-Manville Corp.
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.
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.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has settled its long-standing legal dispute with a group of small business owners.