Monsanto Shareholders Fail To Convince Company To Disclose Info About Genetically Modified Seeds

Monsanto Shareholders Fail To Convince Company To Disclose Info About Genetically Modified Seeds

Earlier today, the world’s largest seed company, Monsanto, held its annual shareholders meeting outside of St. Louis. While there were a small number of protestors outside, the bigger story was going on inside the meeting, where shareholders were asked to vote on measures that would require more transparency about Monsanto and its genetically modified seeds. [More]

Walmart Comes Out Against Credit Card Swipe Fee Settlement

Walmart Comes Out Against Credit Card Swipe Fee Settlement

Earlier this month, when the Visa and MasterCard announced a massive settlement in the legal battle over credit card swipe fees, it looked like the seven-year-old dispute had finally come to an end — and that we’d all soon be seeing credit card surcharges at retailers. But in just the last few days, the nation’s largest retailers have come out in opposition of the settlement. [More]

Report: Georgia To Deny KKK Application To Adopt Highway

Report: Georgia To Deny KKK Application To Adopt Highway

Yesterday, we told you about how the state of Georgia was trying to decide whether to accept an “adopt-a-highway” application from a local Ku Klux Klan group or risk facing a lengthy legal battle by denying it. Now It looks like the state’s Dept. of Transportation has opted for the latter. [More]