Almost two years after ABC News aired the TV segment, "Pink Slime and You," attacking the beef industry for its use of lean finally textured beef (LFTB), Beef Products Inc. (BPI), and Freezing Machines, Inc., are one st
As I sat down to write a few thoughts on the out-of-court settlement between Beef Products, Inc., or BPI, and ABC News for a news source read by cattlemenor at least mostly read by cattlemenI knew I ran the risk of prea
Beef Products Inc has settled its closely watched defamation lawsuit against the ABC television network over news reports on its processed beef product that critics dubbed "pink slime," both companies said on Wednesday.
A settlement has been reached by ABC News and Beef Products Inc. (BPI) in the $5.7 billion lawsuit filed against ABC for a story that allegedly misled consumers and caused three beef processing plants to close in 2012.
A South Dakota meat processor's $5.7 billion defamation lawsuit against American Broadcasting Companies Inc, which opens Monday, pits big agriculture against big media, and is a first major court challenge against a med
Beef Products Inc. was paid $177 million by Disney to settle the beef processor’s defamation lawsuit against the media company’s “pink slime” reporting by ABC. More money should be on the way from insurance.
Cargill will pay 138 Somali-American Muslim former packing plant workers a $1.5 million settlement over wrongful termination based on discrimination and the wrongful revocation of a religious accommodation policy.
ABC News' characterization of a South Dakota meat processor's ground-beef product as "pink slime" almost put Beef Products Inc out of business, BPI's lawyer said on Monday in the opening salvo of a closely watched trial
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