Austin "Jack" DeCoster and his son, Peter, have sold their stake in egg operations responsible for a salmonella outbreak that sickened 1,900 people.
Settlement with the Knauf Group manufacturer involves reimbursements to builders for homes that have been fixed or are being repaired now, and others that are in line to be remediated.
The Czech defense minister says his ministry will cancel a $200 million deal and return four planes to EADS CASA, a subsidiary of EADS NV.
With 231 people aboard a wheel-less aircraft weighing nearly 90 tons what's a pilot to do? Execute the landing perfectly, which is what the pilot did.
The recalls include trikes with three plastic fairy figures that could cause a laceration hazard if a child falls on them.
Police arrested 114 people in crackdown on a counterfeit drugs ring, seizing $30 million worth of fake medications and more than 65 million medicine bottles.
To protect the purity of Vermont's signature crop two senators have co-sponsored a bill that would make it a felony to sell fake syrup as the real thing.
Thousands of ingredients that go into food have been classified as safe by private industry alone, according to the Pew Health Group.
General Motors is recalling more than 36,000 to fix tire pressure monitors, and will invest about $275 million at its Ft. Wayne, Ind., pickup truck plant.
Preschool-aged girls whose mothers had relatively high urine levels of BPA during pregnancy scored worse but still within a normal range on behavior measures.
Lawmakers and medical professions say companies like Riddell are misleading consumers because the claims are not justified by scientific evidence.
Pools of water on the floor and old, hard-to-clean equipment at a Jensen Farm packing facility tested positive for listeria.
A motion has been filed in federal district court by an unnamed manufacturer, which wants to keep a particular consumer complaint private.
The agency said it has received 12 complaints of fires, five of which destroyed 2007-2008 model cars.
Switzerland's top chocolatiers want their countrymen -- who eat 26.5 pounds every year on average -- to eat less, but better.
"The cantaloupe center of the world" is suffering as consumers and grocery stores alike abandon the fruit over fears.
CooperVision issued its second announcement about the recall of 600,000 Avaira Toric contact lenses linked to pain, red eye and blurred vision by wearers.
A Nevada jury agreed that three companies negligently distributed large vials of an anesthetic to Las Vegas clinics at the center of a 2008 hepatitis C outbreak.
Toyota's U.S. market share has slid from 17 percent to 11.5 percent last month, largely thanks to recalls over unintended acceleration.
Pork has been cut from Ohio prisons after Muslim prisoners demanded non-pork meats like beef come from animals slaughtered according to Islamic law.
A cantaloupe grown on a Colorado field may make four or five stops before it reaches the dinner table, which increases the risk of infection.
The company is recalling three varieties of its single-serve microwaveable cups because small, thin wire bristle pieces may be inside the cups.
The company must pay Barracuda & Caratinga Leasing Co. over a claim that certain subsea bolts in a Brazilian project were defective.
The Canton, Mass.-based shoemaker made deceptive claims in ads that its toning shoes would measurably strengthen the legs and buttocks of those who wear them.