McDonald's cuts Angus burgers from menu McDonald's is cutting the Angus burger from its menu. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company had said earlier this year that it was evaluating whether to continue selling the Angus Third Pounders, which were introduced in 2009 and are among the chain's priciest items. More
KFC to offer boneless chicken KFC wants to make it easier for people to eat chicken so it's getting rid of the bones. The fast-food chain is introducing fried boneless chicken chunks on April 14 as an alternative to its traditional breast, thigh and drumstick pieces. More
Hyundai, Kia recalling 1.9 million vehicles Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia are initiating one of their largest recalls ever – or more precisely, three separate service actions announced today that involve 1.9 million vehicles sold in the U.S. market since late 2006. More
Chrysler recalls Dodge Challengers for fire risk Chrysler has issued an unusually dire warning to some owners of its Dodge Challenger muscle car warning them to park the vehicles until it can make repairs due to a risk of fire. According to Chrysler, the wiring harness is the source of the problem due a batch of potentially mis-wired electrical components. More
McDonald's recalls 12 million Shrek Themed collector items McDonald's is recalling 12 million "Shrek"-themed drinking glasses after cadmium was discovered in the paint, but it is unclear if the collectibles are available in Canada, according to U.S. media reports. The U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission.. 06/4/2010 - 10:47 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 13.4 million "Shrek" drinking glasses McDonald's said consumers who bought the glasses should visit the company website at www.mcdonalds.com ... a voluntary recall of the 'Shrek Forever After' glasses is appropriate," the company added. McDonald's said about 7 million of the glasses had ... 06/4/2010 - 7:45 am | View Link
McDonald's recalls 12 million toxic Shrek glasses The US Consumer Product Safety Commission warned consumers to immediately stop using the glasses; McDonald's said it would post instructions on its website next week regarding refunds. The glasses, which are being sold for about $2 (£1.30) each as part of ... 06/4/2010 - 1:28 am | View Link
Shrek Glass Recall! McDonald's Recalls 12 Million Glasses According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), cadmium was found in the painted designs of the characters Shrek, Fiona, Puss n’ Boots, and Donkey. McDonald's sold the 16-ounce glasses throughout the United States for about $2. The CPSC said ... 06/3/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
McDonald's Recalls 12 Million Shrek Glasses and Why Metals can be dangerous for children with Autism All things green such as Shrek and French Fries are favorites of my son with his limited diet from his autism. Fortunately we did not purchase one of McDonald’s 12 Million recalled Shrek Glasses that haver high levels of cadmium, for a poison such as ... 06/3/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Novartis AG, up $3.43 to $93.47
The drug developer presented positive data for a potential heart-failure drug and will ask for approval by the end of the year.
Las Vegas Sands Corp., down $3.41 to $63.10
The casino operator and its gambling company peers experienced a decline in revenue from the gambling hub Macau during August.
Cloud Peak Energy Inc., down $1.27 to $14.44
The coal company lowered its coal shipment and adjusted earnings guidance for 2014, citing rail issues and weather impacts.
Crown Holdings Inc., up $1.85 to $50.12
The packaging products company is buying the Mexican can packaging business of brewer Heineken for just under $1.23 billion.
Exelixis Inc., down $2.29 to $1.85
The biotechnology company said its potential treatment for prostate cancer failed to meet a key goal in a late-stage study.
Conns Inc., down $13.83 to $31
The consumer goods retailer reported second-quarter profit below Wall Street expectations and cut its full-year profit guidance.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., up $3.68 to $36.99
The cruise line will buy Prestige Cruises International for about $3 billion and expects to close the deal in the fourth quarter.
Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $2.63 to $26.61
The biotechnology company received a special FDA designation for its potential Parkinson's disease psychosis treatment, Nuplazid.
A conservation group says it's opposed to any overlap of a proposed national monument in central Idaho with the rugged Sawtooth National Recreation Area.
The Sawtooth Society in a statement on Monday says national monument status wouldn't increase current protections for the recreation area and could hinder an eventual wilderness designation.
A proposed plan to create three wilderness areas totaling 332,775 acres while also releasing 130,000 acres from wilderness study area to a multiple-use designation has failed to get through Congress.
So some groups are asking President Obama to use his executive power under the Antiquities Act to create a 592,000-acre national monument that includes the rugged Boulder and White Cloud mountains.
Sawtooth Society Executive Director Gary O'Malley says it's too early to abandon the wilderness goal.