Procter & Gamble adds Wildberry flavor to Prilosec This undated product image provided by Procter & Gamble shows wildberry flavored Prilosec OTC, the company's over-the-counter heartburn medication. P&G executives admit that adding flavor to a pill you don't even chew might not seem like an obvious move ... 09/19/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Procter & Gamble to add latches to make Tide Pods detergent packs safer DALLAS — The maker of Tide Pods will create a new double-latch lid to deter children from accessing and eating the brightly colored detergent packets, a company spokesman said Friday. Procter & Gamble spokesman Paul Fox said the Cincinnati-based company ... 05/25/2012 - 5:18 pm | View Link
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Discount flooring superstore Lumber Liquidators has found itself under two separate federal investigations this year: one alleging that some of their products give off potentially dangerous chemicals, and another alleging that the company illegally imported hardwoods. They’ve now settled the latter charge by pleading guilty, and will pay $10 million to the federal government and a wildlife charity.
The company agreed that it will plead guilty to the Lacey Act, a law that bans illegally-harvested animal and plant products, including trees, from sale in the United States.