Pork Suppliers Fight Against Tyson’s New Guidelines, MeadWestvaco Expands Cost Cutting Efforts

Tyson’s new guidelines for better treatment of pigs from its pork suppliers have not been well received by pig farmers, who argue that farms should be independent from company mandates.

MeadWestvaco is expanding its cost-cutting efforts by simplifying the structure of its packaging businesses, a move that is expected to lead to annual cost savings of $100 million to $125 million by the end of next year.

Nipendo announced that it has reached one million automated procure-to-pay transactions per month.

The National Security Agency implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world via radio waves, calling it an act of “active defense.”

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