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Tyson, Pilgrim's Pride make bids to acquire Hillshire Brands

Tyson Foods Inc. and Pilgrim's Pride are engaged in a multi-billion dollar bidding war for sausage company Hillshire Brands.
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Chemicals in everyday products found to cause breast cancer in lab rodents

Chemicals found in everyday products have been found to cause breast cancer in laboratory rodents, suggesting that they may have a similar effect in humans.
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Evacuations ordered following New Mexico biofuel plant explosions

About 1,200 residents in Dona Ana County, New Mexico, were ordered to evacuate on May 27 after a series of explosions were recorded at a biofuel facility in the area.
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Exxon focuses on LNG sales on Asian spot market

Exxon Mobil Corp. has been involved in negotiations with customers in Asia regarding sales of liquefied natural gas on the spot market.
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EIA cuts recoverable oil projections for Monterey Shale by 96%

Many experts believe this could be a heavy blow to the burgeoning industry that had projected 2.8 million new jobs and an extra $24.6 billion annually in tax revenue.
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Sun Pharma's response to FDA import ban seen as 'inadequate'

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Sun Pharma has failed to take sufficient measures to correct the violations that led to the enforcement action.
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Gazprom signs 30-year gas delivery contract with China

Russia and China have signed a historic 30-year gas delivery deal that is estimated to be worth more than $400 billion.
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Sulfuric acid leak shuts down West Virginia silica plant

A sulfuric acid leak at a West Virginia silica plant caused a shutdown of the facility on May 13, according to information provided by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
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Egg company execs face criminal charges over Salmonella outbreak

Two executives of egg producer Quality Egg LLC have been charged with a misdemeanor and the company is facing two counts of felony in relation to a 2010 Salmonella outbreak.
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'Pink slime' back on market as beef prices soar

As prices of U.S. beef continue to go up, the beef processing industry is witnessing the comeback of the filler known as "pink slime."
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