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August 2014 Archives

For litigation mix one part mislabeling with one part Coca-Cola

According to federal regulations, manufacturers must include an ingredient list on consumable products. These lists must clearly display what is contained in the product in descending order according to weight. This includes any chemical additives or preservatives as well. Failing to do so can result in accusations of false advertising, which can then lead to litigation. In some cases, depending on how the court rules, a business may be found guilty of false advertising and may even be forced to pay compensation in the event of a civil lawsuit.

What's really going on with the Burger King merger?

Business mergers and acquisitions happen almost every day in countries the world over, oftentimes happening without so much as a tweet on Twitter. But a recent merger between Burger King Worldwide Inc. and Tim Hortons is grabbing national attention this month and raising concerns about why the two restaurants decided to join forces.

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