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China says it did not make a huge trade offer mentioned in the press. According to Reuters:

China denied on Friday that it had offered a package to slash the U.S. trade deficit by up to $200 billion, hours after it dropped an anti-dumping probe into U.S. sorghum imports in a conciliatory gesture as top officials meet in Washington.

U.S. officials had said in Washington on Thursday....More>>>

Bumble Bee Foods CEO Facing Criminal Charges in Price-Fixing Scandal

The Bumble Bee Food CEO is facing criminal charges in a tuna price-fixing scandal that could land him up to a decade in jail and a costly fine.

Source: FDA

A federal grand jury has indicted Christopher Lischewski, who is the CEO of the company. The Department of Justice has accused Lischewski of meeting and communicating with rival seafood companies to keep tuna prices....More>>>

Bumble Bee Foods CEO Facing Criminal Charges in Price-Fixing Scandal

The Bumble Bee Food CEO is facing criminal charges in a tuna price-fixing scandal that could land him up to a decade in jail and a costly fine.

Source: FDA

A federal grand jury has indicted Christopher Lischewski, who is the CEO of the company. The Department of Justice has accused Lischewski of meeting and communicating with rival seafood companies to keep tuna prices....More>>>

3 Reasons to Buy Kraft Heinz Stock, 1 Reason to Sell

What to do about Kraft-Heinz (NASDAQ:KHC)? One of Berkshire Hathaway’slarger holdings (Berkshire owns roughly 26.7% of shares outstanding, controlling the company in tandem with Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital),Kraft’s stock has tumbled roughly 28% in 2018, as the consumer packaged foods industry (“CPG”) has come under pressure.

In addition, the market is growing....More>>>

Walmart and Sears Get Lowest Customer Satisfaction Ratings

The recently published 2017 American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) for retail stores and websites shows that customer satisfaction is down slightly overall from a record high posted in 2016. The retail sector slipped 0.3% overall from an index score of 78.4 to 78.1.

Department stores and specialty retailers lost the most ground, likely due to continuing satisfaction from shopping online.....More>>>