Here's the beef: Enjoy the Memorial Day grilling, because retail beef prices are widely expected to set new records in coming weeks.
Ista Pharmaceuticals has agreed to pay $33.5 million to resolve charges that it promoted its anti-inflammatory drug Xibrom for unapproved uses in an effort to boost sales, the Justice Department said.
Teenage-apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch reported a sharp drop in quarterly sales, but said it is having success fixing inventory problems.
Procter & Gamble's A.G. Lafley, newly returned as CEO, must repopulate a depleted pool of top executives as he prepares a major overhaul and considers succession.
Yahoo submitted a bid to acquire Hulu, as the Internet company tries to add more high-quality online video that can appeal to advertisers.
Syria's telecommunications providers continue to use technology by Blue Coat Systems to monitor Internet usage, according to Telecomix, a hacker-activist group that has tracked the previous use of the technology.
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