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Horizon Pharma Inc. and Enerplus Corp. are on Friday's calendar as well. Federal prosecutors won't pursue criminal fraud charges arising from the 2008-09 financial crisis against Goldman Sachs or the Wall Street firm's employees, according to the
Scotts Miracle-Gro, a popular household name in gardening and lawn care products, is the subject of a new class-action lawsuit that is seeking damages for the company's willful distribution and sale of bird seed products contaminated with toxic,
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Closing the deal, the company's biggest ever, was one of the top priorities for new CEO Alex Gorsky, who just moved up to the top spot in April after predecessor Bill Weldon retired. In interview in April, Gorsky said his goal is to expand Synthes,
A former manager for Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges that she helped the Marysville company move products to market that weren't properly approved by the U.S...Kendrick, 44, of 2412 Somersworth Dr. N. on the North
The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company pleads guilty to knowingly selling poisoned birdseed and lawn and garden care products containing undocumented pesticides to an unsuspecting public I recently heard about the most astonishing corporate crime: the
Naperville Park District residents are invited to reserve a garden plot for the 2012 growing season. The Park District began processing resident registration forms on Tuesday, February 21 and registration will continue until spaces are filled.
An Aldergrove blueberry nursery owner was awarded $36 million in damages in Oregon state court on Wednesday over a defective fertilizer that destroyed plants in B.C. and Washington State. The award is believed to be one of the largest product
Ohio Court documents in Ohio indicate lawn and garden company Scotts Miracle-Gro intends to plead guilty to violating federal pesticides law, pay a $4 million fine and give $500,000 to help support wildlife study and preservation. The proposed plea
Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. has agreed to plead guilty to charges in federal court and pay $4.5 million in fines in two incidents that date to 2008. That year, the company recalled packages of wild birdseed coated with pesticides that were toxic to birds.