Rancho Beef Recall Involved Cancerous Cows and an Affair, Antivirus Software “Dead,” Says Symantec

New details have come out concerning Rancho’s recall of 8.7 million pounds of tainted beef back in February. Documents obtained by CNN show that Rancho Feeding Corporation was buying and processing cows with cancer, while a foreman at the company was having an affair with a USDA inspector.

Merck has agreed to sell its over-the-counter medicine and consumer-product business to Bayer for $14.2 billion in cash, as the former focuses on prescription drugs and vaccines.

Coffee rust, a fungus that is deadly to plants, is sweeping through Central America and causing crop loss and damage to the local economies.

Symantec and other antivirus software makers now recommend that companies assume hackers will get in and take steps such as using fake data to thwart these attempts and minimize damage.

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