Tyson Foods CFO arrested after authorities say he fell asleep in the wrong home

Tyson Foods CFO arrested after authorities say he fell asleep in the wrong home

John R. Tyson, Tyson Foods Inc.’s TSN -0.07% chief financial officer and son of the meat giant’s chairman, was arrested over the weekend after authorities said he fell asleep in the wrong house. Mr. Tyson, 32 years old, was found asleep in a woman’s bed at her home in Fayetteville, Ark., on Sunday morning, according … Read more

Twitter, Exxon, Credit Suisse: Stocks that defined the week

Twitter, Exxon, Credit Suisse: Stocks that defined the week

Twitter Inc. TWTR -0.43% The on-again-off-again deal between Elon Musk and Twitter is somewhere between on and off again. The billionaire offered on Monday to review his original $44 billion deal to acquire the social media company. But on Thursday, a Delaware judge presiding over the clash postponed a trial in the case, giving both … Read more

Tyson Foods closes offices in Chicago, South Dakota, relocates employees

Tyson Foods closes offices in Chicago, South Dakota, relocates employees

Tyson Foods Inc. TSN -0.97% is closing several of its corporate offices across the country as rising costs squeeze the meat giant’s bottom line after two years of soaring profits. Tyson said Wednesday it is closing offices in Chicago, Downers Grove, Ill., and Dakota Dunes, S.D., which currently house many of its prepared foods and … Read more

Tyson Overhauls Management as Meat Giant’s Profits Are Pressured

Tyson Overhauls Management as Meat Giant’s Profits Are Pressured

Tyson TSN 0.04% Foods Inc. is overhauling its executive ranks as the largest US meat supplier’s costs rise and some sales slow, pressuring the company’s bottom line after two years of soaring margins. The Arkansas company this week shifted executives into new roles heading finance, commercial operations and prepared foods, including appointing John R. Tyson, … Read more

Beyond Meat CEO arrested after allegedly biting man’s nose in fight

Beyond Meat CEO arrested after allegedly biting man’s nose in fight

Beyond Meat Inc.’s BIND -6.04% The chief operating officer was arrested in Arkansas over the weekend after a physical altercation in which he allegedly bit someone’s nose and threatened to kill him. Doug Ramsey, 53, of Fayetteville, Ark., was arrested Saturday night and charged with terroristic threats and third-degree assault, Arkansas’ Washington County show records … Read more

There is a carbon dioxide shortage and food and drink manufacturers are distorting

There is a carbon dioxide shortage and food and drink manufacturers are distorting

American food and beverage companies are racing to keep operations running amid a nationwide shortage of carbon dioxide. Companies including Tyson Foods Inc. TSN -1.64% and Kraft Heinz co. VARIOUS -0.50% has been looking for carbon dioxide as supply disruptions this summer exacerbated existing shortages, threatening the production of goods from cold meats to beer. … Read more

Your steak will be cheaper in the supermarket

Your steak will be cheaper in the supermarket

Beef is getting cheaper, bringing some economic relief to American consumers. Beef prices, typically among the most expensive purchases at grocery stores, are falling after more than a year of gains as consumer demand slows for some cuts. Supply is improving due to better staffing at meat plants, and supermarkets are offering more discounts on … Read more

Nvidia, Tesla, Disney: Stocks that defined the week

Nvidia, Tesla, Disney: Stocks that defined the week

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The popular chicken sandwich is getting a makeover at Panera Bread, Popeyes

The popular chicken sandwich is getting a makeover at Panera Bread, Popeyes

By Heather Haddon and Patrick Thomas Updated August 1, 2022 at 12:44 PM ET Listen to the article (2 minutes) Whatever you come hoping to eat, restaurants want it to be chicken. Big chains advertise it, prepare new flavors and push poultry hard on the register in these inflationary times. Restaurant owners say they can … Read more

Twitter v. Musk: Why the Court of Chancery will never order specific performance.

Twitter v. Musk: Why the Court of Chancery will never order specific performance.

Text size A court could force Tesla CEO Elon Musk to buy Twitter, but could it force him to run it in the best interests of shareholders? Al Drago/Bloomberg About the author: Carlyss Chatman is an associate professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law. When Elon Musk decided to terminate his $44 billion … Read more