updated - December 10, 2018 Monday EST
Bruce Dayton, who co-founded Target Corp. with his five brothers, has died of natural causes on Friday at the age of 97, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Dayton, one of the five brothers who turned their family’s Minnesota department-store business in what is now known as Target Corp., was the last surviving brother.
Campbell Soup Company, who makes a range of high-quality soups and simple meals, beverages, snacks and packaged fresh foods, has announced in a press release that it is voluntarily recalling the 14.2 ounce cans of SpaghettiOs Original. The recall is due to pieces of red plastic found in a small number of cans that is considered a potential choking hazard.
Joe’s Crab Shack, a casual seafood chain, has eliminated tipping at 18 of its locations since August and will probably expand the policy nationwide, according to a report from CNN Money. The restaurant will also be increasing the hourly wages of front-house workers at the selected restaurant to around $12 to $14 an hour.
Lufthansa AG, Germany’s airline, has canceled about 929 continental and intercontinental flights on Monday, November 9, 2015, according to travel information published by Lufthansa. The cancellations were due to the Independent Flight Attendant’s Organization (UFO) call for strike action, which is continuing for a third day, on Lufthansa’s flights to and from Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, and Munich.
The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) is close to releasing its decision regarding the high-powered transmission line between Washington and Oregon, according to a report from The Columbian. The BPA plans to release it’s a final environmental impact statement on the project by the end of the year.
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