Kraft Foods fined for short-weight Oscar Mayer packages Short-weight packages of Oscar Mayer light beef franks, Oscar Mayer roast beef and Oscar Mayer roasted turkey breast were found in Wisconsin stores between August 2011 and February 2012. The underweight ... the state fined Kraft $16,000 for short-weight ... 05/8/2012 - 4:01 am | View Link
Kraft fined for underweight Oscar Mayer packages MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Kraft Foods Group has paid a fine of nearly $37,000 to settle allegations of short-weight Oscar Mayer meats found in Wisconsin stores. State inspectors found 24 packages of Oscar Mayer meats that were below their stated weight. 05/7/2012 - 9:06 pm | View Link
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Private equity (PE) has a short history as an investment vehicle, spanning just a few decades when compared to coins, commodities, stocks and bonds, which have been used for hundreds of years. Yet today PE has become a ubiquitous player on the merger and acquisition playing field.
The Atlanta Chapter of The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) has been a prominent enabler of private equity transactions since the chapter launched and staged its first event for the Southeast — the 2003 Atlanta…
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox is partnering with Tucson in a startup incubator program.
Fox signed an agreement with the city and Startup Tucson that will help foster Mexican startups, according to The Arizona Daily Star.
The pilot program will take Mexican startups that have growth potential and put them in a two-year mentoring program in Tucson, in hopes that the businesses will have international expansions and base their headquarters in Tucson.
Fox was president from 2000 to 2006.
A Chicago public relations firm is moving its headquarters to Phoenix because of the Valley's growing tech industry.
O'Connell Communications, LLC announced it would be moving to Phoenix because of the increasing numbers of Silicon Valley companies that take advantage of Arizona's tech talent, weather and lower operating costs.
"Greater Phoenix's tech sector is experiencing rapid growth, with more and more tech companies locating to the Valley and others being launched here though incubators and…
The University of Alabama has hired Greg Byrne as its new athletic director.
Byrne had the same job at the University of Arizona.
He was previously AD at Mississippi State University.
Byrne replaces Battle, 75, who is retiring from the Alabama post.
The Crimson Tide and Coach Nick Saban have the top college football program in the country.
Byrne had been in Tucson since 2010.
"Greg Byrne has been a strong leader and positive force for Arizona Athletics bringing energy and vision to his role.…
U. S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., is joining the list of Democratic lawmakers skipping Donald Trump’s inauguration as U. S. president.
Trump will be sworn in on Friday.
Approximately 30 Democrats — including Grijalva, who represents parts of Tucson, Yuma, Nogales and southwestern Maricopa County — are skipping the events in Washington.
That comes after U.
Freedom Financial Network — a Silicon Valley based consumer debt consolidation and counseling company — has plans to hire 1,000 new workers in Tempe, according to The Arizona Republic.
San Mateo, California-based FFN already has more than 1,200 workers in Tempe near Baseline Road and Interstate 10, according to the Republic.
The company will hold a career fair for sales, IT and customer service jobs on Thursday at one of its Tempe buildings, according to the report.