Recalled Chicken Nuggets From Tyson Foods May Have Been Contaminated With Rubber

About 36,420 pounds of chicken nugget products that were recalled by Tyson Foods may have been contaminated with foreign material. Yesterday, the United States Department Of Agriculture announced that Tyson Foods has recalled about 36,420 pounds of chicken nuggets. The products were recalled due to rubber contamination. The chicken nuggets were produced on the 26th […]

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MasterCard Contemplates Breaking Into China’s Market Again

American payment card company, Mastercard Inc, has disclosed that they will be applying for a bank card clearing license in China in the near future. Mastercard Inc announced, on Friday, that it was still interested in breaking into China’s vast market. In a statement posted on its website, the company said that it is doing […]

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Creditors continue to assist us government workers as shutdown drags on

The United States Government shutdown is taking a toll on federal workers as they miss their paychecks again this week. Creditors have decided to step in to help them cope as they wait for the government to resume operations. Big banks, telecom companies, utility companies, local credit unions, and other corporations have decided to offer […]

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