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Quaker Oats’ 100% Natural Claim Questioned in Lawsuit

nytimes.com — A lawsuit seeking to be certified as a class action has been filed on behalf of consumers in New York and California against the owner of Quaker Oats after testing found traces of the pesticide glyphosate in some oatmeal.

Dole Knew About Listeria Problem at Salad Plant, F.D.A. Report Says

nytimes.com — The Dole Food Company, one of the largest processors of fresh produce, knew it had a listeria problem in one of its salad plants more than a year before it closed in January, according to a Food and Drug Administration report.

World Bank Is Opening Its Treasure Chest of Data

nytimes.com — ROBERT ZOELLICK folds his long, lean frame onto a couch in his 12th-floor office in the World Bank headquarters. When a visitor asks where she should sit, Mr. Zoellick pats his leg and says, "Anywhere but here." Then he smiles, pats the cushion beside him, and adds, "Or here."

Chobani employees get surprise shares from founder

startribune.com — The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires. Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company's plant here in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold.

A windfall for Chobani employees: stakes in the yoghurt maker

smh.com.au — Soon it may not just be the yoghurt that's rich: Chobani employees were told this week that they are given shares in the company. Photo: Gary Sissons The 2000 full-time employees of the yoghurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise this week: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires.

Dannon takes control of agricultural practices at farms it works with

startribune.com — The yogurt giant Dannon, looking to tap into the public's growing concern about the source of its food, is establishing a direct pipeline to some farms that supply the company with milk, part of an ambitious plan to influence farm practices right down to the dirt.

A Windfall for Chobani Employees: Stakes in the Company

bostonglobe.com — NEW BERLIN, N.Y. - The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires.

Workers get stake in Chobani that could make them millionaires

sunherald.com — The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires. Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company's plant in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold.

Workers get stake in Chobani that could make them millionaires

kansascity.com — The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires. Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company's plant in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold.

Workers get stake in Chobani that could make them millionaires

macon.com — NEW BERLIN, N.Y. The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires. Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company's plant in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold.
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May 01, 2016

RT @EllenBarryNYT: A year after earthquake, Nepal's govt has used almost none of $4.1 bln pledged by foreign donors for reconstruction httnytimes.com/2016/05/01/wor…s://t.co/hpYz4KC5P1

May 01, 2016

RT @jestei: Wow @washingtonpost calls “Alter Egos" by @MarkLandler an "outstanding book on U.S. foreign policy" wpo.st/4ohX1 Y'all pick it up

May 01, 2016

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Apr 30, 2016

@tanzinavega @palafo Not @nytimes! Been on the road with feet on the ground more than ever before.

Apr 30, 2016

"Surfing is the North Pole of irresponsibility" -- William Finnegan, dude, to David Remnick, mensch. Heard on @NewYorker radio.


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