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CNNMoney: Big companies make hay off stimulusupdated: Wed Jun 10 2009 09:24:00

Big companies, ranging from AT&T to Dell to FedEx to Tyson Foods, are among those cashing in on the billions of dollars of federal stimulus money that is rolling out the door.

Time.com: Manufacturing Shrinks to Lowest Level Since 2001updated: Wed Oct 01 2008 12:00:00

A measure of U.S. manufacturing activity contracted more than expected last month, hitting the lowest level since the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, as new orders slowed dramatically

Time.com: The Bailout Bill: A Cow Patty for All of Usupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 19:00:00

Congress thinks it is punishing Wall Street by rejecting the rescue plan. But it may be hurting everyone

Time.com: Pilgrim's Pride to Report Large Fourth Quarter Lossupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 12:00:00

Chicken producer Pilgrim's Pride Corp. said Thursday it expects to report a "significant loss" in its fiscal fourth quarter

The incredible, edible crayfish?updated: Sun Aug 17 2008 21:56:00

Ain Shams University Biologist Hebat Abdel Hadi is taking "waste not, want not" to a whole other level.

Immigration agents detain hundreds at poultry plantsupdated: Thu Apr 17 2008 02:36:00

Federal immigration agents fanned out across five states Wednesday, detaining hundreds of employees of Pilgrim's Pride, one of the nation's largest poultry companies.

Time.com: 300 Arrested in Immigration Raidsupdated: Wed Apr 16 2008 19:00:00

Nearly 300 people were arrested Wednesday in immigration and identity theft raids at Pilgrim's Pride poultry plants in five states

Check your beef pattiesupdated: Sun Sep 30 2007 19:28:00

Topps has expanded its recall and says its hamburger patties may be contaminated with E. coli. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.

CNNMoney: Tyson shares up on takeover talkupdated: Thu Jun 21 2007 03:27:00

Shares of top U.S. meat producer Tyson Foods jumped more than 5 percent Thursday to their highest level since 1998 amid rumors in the options markets that the company could be a takeover target.

CNNMoney: Kernel of truth for cornupdated: Tue Apr 03 2007 11:14:00

The corn market figures to be as unpredictable as, well, the weather over the next month or so.

CNNMoney: Fowl playupdated: Mon Aug 01 2005 11:10:00

There's a lot of talk about bulls and bears on Wall Street. But the market should perhaps be thinking of another animal: chickens.

CNNMoney: Animal cruelty taped at KFC supplierupdated: Tue Jul 20 2004 15:15:00

An animal rights group released a videotape Tuesday showing slaughterhouse workers with a KFC Corp. supplier jumping on live chickens and slamming them into walls, apparently for fun.

CNNMoney: Life on the food chainupdated: Thu May 13 2004 10:48:00

Though economists often ignore food prices when talking about inflation, consumers can't, and investors shouldn't, since higher prices can be a boon for some companies and a headache for others.

Fortune: LIFE AFTER BILLY GRAHAMupdated: Mon Apr 06 1992 00:01:00

The evangelist's ex -- ex-PR man -- is now in business for himself, renting chaplains to secular businesses. Gil Stricklin, 57, collects an average $30 per hour from 99 companies, including Pilgrim...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Jul 16 1990 00:01:00

PECUNIARY TV Traders and brokers who follow financial news wires will soon be able to watch the news live on their stock-quote terminals. Infotechnology, an owner of Financial News Network, has dev...

Fortune: WHAT A DIFFERENCE OWNER-BOSSES MAKE When they have big stakes, their companies can sizzle. Just look at the fast growers on the updated: Mon Apr 25 1988 00:01:00

LIKE POSITIONS on a professional baseball team, listings on the FORTUNE 500 are hard to win and tough to hang on to. Aggressive new talent is always pushing up from the farm clubs, itching for the ...

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