To cut costs, the USPS wants to sell hundreds of offices, many of which are architecturally important or house art treasures.
The Ivy League university's student newspaper says $5,000 in the chocolate-hazelnut spread disappears each week.
A labor group says some restaurants are abusing a popular program by effectively paying workers less than the minimum wage.
India says the Mondelēz subsidiary lied to get a tax exemption, thereby avoiding $46 million in taxes.
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