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General Mills recalls 1.8M boxes of Cheerios over wheat concerns [The Record, Stockton, Calif.]

Oct. 06--LODI -- General Mills is voluntarily recalling an estimated 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios produced at its Turner Road facility because of an undeclared allergen -- wheat -- that made its way into the oat-based, gluten-free cereal. Because this recall relates to an ...

Bloomberg · 2 hours ago

Daily Report: Not One, but Two Companies for Jack Dorsey

Mr. Dorsey is returning to a frayed Twitter, and has a lot of work ahead of him at Square, too.

New York Times · 1 hour ago

Crude Oil Prices Rally despite Rising Inventory Consensus

Crude Oil Market: Bulls Overshadow the Bears Crude oil prices rise for the second day This series analyzes crude oil prices and fundamentals. For an in-depth fundamental look at oil and gas and related companies, sectors, and drivers, please refer to our  Energy and Power  page. WTI (West Texas ...

Yahoo! Finance · 3 hours ago

Here's what you can get at McDonald's all-day breakfast

People have been patiently awaiting the arrival of McDonald’s MCD all-day breakfast menu since the fast food giant announced last month that it would be expanding the option to all of its U.S. locations. And now it’s finally here. But don’t get your hopes up too quickly. If you’re ...

Fortune · 1 hour ago

Employees of FanDuel and DraftKings could be using inside information to win big money on rival sites

There may be some major misconduct at DraftKings and Fanduel, the two biggest daily fantasy websites.  Last week, a user on a fantasy sports forum noticed a DraftKings employee released data on player ownership for  DraftKings’ biggest contest before all NFL games   involved in the contest ...

Yahoo! Finance · 1 hour ago

Ellen Kullman’s resignation exposes one major failure at DuPont

Of the many surprises surrounding Ellen Kullman’s abrupt departure as DuPont’s CEO on Monday, the greatest is being largely overlooked in the news coverage: It’s the company’s utter succession failure. When DuPont announced Kullman’s retirement yesterday, it announced also that Ed Breen, ...

Fortune · 36 minutes ago

Canada's trade deficit widens in August, exports slump

(A(Adds details, quotes, market reaction)) OTTAWA, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Canadian exports fell by the most in 3-1/2 years in August as cheaper commodity prices took a bite out of the energy sector, although the data did not dispel expectations that economic growth picked up in the third quarter. ...

Yahoo! Finance · 45 minutes ago

BP's $20.8 Billion Gulf Spill Settlement Nets $15.3 Billion Tax Write-Off

BP could write off more than $15 billion of a $20.8 billion settlement over its Gulf oil spill, leaving American taxpayers on the hook for over $5 billion. · 3 hours ago

SABMiller rejects 'informal' offer from AB InBev as too low: Bloomberg Reuters

By Martinne Geller LONDON (Reuters) - Brewer SABMiller has rejected an "informal" takeover offer from Anheuser-Busch InBev of about $100 billion as being too low, a media report said on Tuesday, pushing down its share price. The proposal made last week was worth slightly over 40 pounds per share, ...

Yahoo! Finance · 2 hours ago

These 5 Cities Have the Highest ATM Fees

More Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein Has ‘Highly Curable’ Lymphoma This Is the Most Valuable Bank In The World Doing Business In Cuba Just Got A Whole Lot Easier ATMs are arguably the most convenient way to get cash, but if you’re not paying attention, that convenience can take a serious toll on ...

Time · 1 hour ago