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Shareholders of Virginia-based Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork producer and processor, approved on Tuesday morning a deal to sell the company to Chinese meat processor Shuanghui International for $4.7 billion in a deal that represents the largest Chinese takeover of an American company ever.
Chinese meat processor Shuanghui International Holdings Ltd. has agreed to buy Smithfield Foods Inc. for approximately $4.72 billion in a deal that will take the world's biggest pork producer private.
One of the most popular labels in golf is the best to have never won a major.
In a little-noticed ruling Monday, the Supreme Court found no fault with a breathtaking cash grab involving sewage in the city of Indianapolis. The 6-3 decision stinks in many ways, but not because of the amount of money involved - about $300,000. The case highlights how municipal leaders and jurists alike have no shame in treating taxpayers with contempt.
While the sports world ponders whether the Carolina Panthers owner stepped out of bounds by requesting that Cam Newton stay free of tattoos and piercings, I'm puzzled by another matter regarding athletes, aesthetics and appearance.