Boeing has closed the sale of 310 acres of undeveloped land next to its Frederickson manufacturing plant in Pierce County for $200 million, real estate tax filings show.
People who bought chicken products in the U.S. over the last decade could be eligible to receive payments as part of a $181 million settlement.
PetSmart has already received three reports of consumers receiving cuts, scratches.
Traces of salmonella, listeria were revealed during testing, according to the FDA.
Razor issued a recall for 237,000 lithium-ion GLW battery packs.
The blue plastic bath seats were advertised for babies 6 to 12 months old on Amazon.com.
American Airlines will not sell alcohol in its main cabin until 2022.
Toys"R"Us shops will be opened in 400+ Macy’s stores.
51,000 packages of Simply Nourish dog food have been recalled due to high levels of vitamin D that may cause serious health problems in dogs.
Airbnb will restrict one and two-night reservations during popular holidays to reduce the number of parties held at rental locations, the company confirmed.
Automaker Stellantis is recalling more than 260,000 Ram trucks over a potential hazard caused by side-curtain air bags.
European infant formula has been recalled after not meeting U.S. FDA nutrition requirements.
Dollar General recalled some sling lounge chairs after receiving reports the chairs collapsed and caused amputation and lacerations.
Two million dehumidifiers made by New Widetech and sold at Costco, Walmart and elsewhere are being recalled after 107 reported incidents.
The product, called ViraWarn, uses biosensing technology to actively screen air within indoor spaces and immediately alert occupants when COVID-19 or other viruses are sensed.
About 2 million dehumidifiers are being recalled in the U.S. because they can overheat and catch fire, posing fire and burn hazards.
The company announced two free features for businesses — “proof of vaccination required” and “all staff fully vaccinated” — to help consumers understand how a business is currently operating amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Target will once again require employees in some areas to wear face coverings as COVID-19 cases soar across the United States.
A meat processor in Omaha, Nebraska, has recalled over 295,000 pounds of raw beef that could be contaminated with E. coli, the USDA said.
The FDA has warned Amazon about over two dozen weight loss and sexual enhancement supplements that are sold on the website which contain potentially harmful ingredients.