Kraft Fined for Underweight Oscar Mayer Packages Madison, WI (AP via USA Today) -- 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 ... 05/9/2012 - 1:09 am | View Link
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
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For Europe to remain a technological leader it needs to ensure the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G systems are allowed to become the foundation that future wireless standards are built on, according to Qualcomm Technologies Inc.
In an Euractiv editorial, Qualcomm’s Wassim Chourbaji, writes that Europe’s ambitious Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy aims to boost the continent’s economic growth and competitiveness.
Indian conglomerate Tata Group has announced plans to launch two wearables in the near future – one focused on crane workers in the company’s giant steelworks facilities and the other on…yoga.
The factory worker wearable is being tested inside Tata Steel factories by crane workers. A Tata spokesperson said it will save lives by alerting management to accidents on the factory floor.
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It will also be available for other businesses to purchase later in the year, adding to the growing list of corporate focused wearables.
Dimitrios Kambouris/GettyCurious who had the best week? It was Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg.
The cofounders of DreamWorks made out huge Thursday when Comcast bought DreamWorks Animation for $3.8 billion.
Katzenberg, who is also the CEO of DreamWorks Animation, stands to make $408 million based on his roughly 10 million shares in the company, the largest of any individual investor, according to TheWrap.
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Commencement season is rapidly approaching. And though this year's college seniors will likely celebrate graduation in a number of ways, we think the gift ideas we put together in the slideshow are all awesome ways for you to help them commemorate the occasion.
Nadav KanderThere are many secrets from the long lasting Cold War that only officials know about — and that includes the recently not-so-secret closed cities from the war on the border between Kazakstan and Russia.
These cities have rigid restrictions where specific authorization is required to visit, and no outsiders were aware of them until long after the Cold War ended, when they finally showed up on a map in the 1990's.
In case there were ever any doubts about how Kobe Bryant plans to approach his retirement, a recent anecdote from billionaire investor and "Shark Tank" personality Chris Sacca illustrates pretty definitively that it will be with the same obsessive competitiveness that defined his basketball career.
Appearing on Bill Simmons' podcast to discuss a slew of topics, Sacca shared a terrific story about his interactions with Bryant.
Sacca said that a few years back, he reluctantly took a meeting with Bryant because the basketball star wanted to discuss some business ventures and the startup world.