ROCHESTER, N.Y.-- Wegmans Food Markets Inc. says it's recalling a brownie mix after reports from two consumers about allergic reactions to undeclared milk in the product.
NEW YORK-- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is poised to spend $500,000 of his personal fortune on gay marriage campaigns in Maine, Minnesota and Washington state, he said Monday, following up on a major political spending push the billionaire businessman-turned-politician announced last week.
BOSTON-- Shares of companies that own Medicare- supported health care facilities fell on Tuesday after an analyst reduced ratings on two of the stocks, citing the potential for cuts to the federal health program. Jefferies& Co. analyst Omotayo Okusanya cut his ratings of Ventas Inc. and Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. to "Hold" from "Buy."
CLEVELAND-- Unemployment rates fell last month in nearly all of the battleground states that will determine the presidential winner, giving President Barack Obama fresh fodder to argue that voters should stick with him in an election focused squarely on the economy.
NEW YORK-- The fungus found in tainted steroid shots matches the one behind the national meningitis outbreak that has killed 20 people, federal health officials said Thursday.
BALTIMORE-- A Maryland chicken farmer at the center of a pollution lawsuit that could affect the state's poultry industry said Thursday that the battle has been stressful for his family and has made him paranoid. Alan Hudson, who raises chickens for poultry giant Perdue, is being sued by a New York- based environmental group.
BALTIMORE-- Organizers of a weeklong commemoration of the War of 1812 in Baltimore's harbor say it drew more than 1.5 million visitors and generated $166 million in economic impact. Dozens of tall ships and naval warships from around the world traveled to Baltimore for June's "Star-Spangled Sailabration."
ROCKVILLE, Md.-- Shares of Novavax Inc. surged in premarket trading, after the company said an experimental vaccine for bird flu appeared safe and effective in early-stage testing. Novavax said preliminary results from two studies enrolling 666 adults showed no serious side effects related to the vaccine.
ROCKVILLE, Md.-- Nabi Biopharmaceuticals Inc. said Wednesday that its anti-smoking vaccine NicVAX failed in another clinical trial, as a combination of NicVAX and Pfizer's smoking-cessation pill Chantix was no better than Chantix alone in helping patients quit. Nabi has been developing the drug through a partnership with GlaxoSmithKline PLC.
JACKSON, Miss.-- A federal appeals court has upheld the more than 14- year sentence George Coe Jr. received for his role in a telemarketing scam case in Mississippi. Prosecutors said the scam netted tens of thousands of dollars from victims in California, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire and Vermont.
The Atlantic City Alliance, the new marketing arm of the casinos, says its multimillion-dollar advertising campaign shows people in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Baltimore, Md., are improving their perceptions of Atlantic City. That money is now being used to promote Atlantic City more aggressively than ever before.
BOSTON-- Investors, concerned about PNC Financial Services Group Inc.' s ability to grow profit amid record-low interest rates and increasing expenses, drove down the bank's shares Tuesday after its third-quarter results.
New Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III said Tuesday that Holmgren was out as team president, although the Super Bowl-winning coach will remain with the franchise to help in the transition. Haslam was introduced as the Browns' new boss after the 32 NFL owners unanimously approved his $1 billion purchase of the team from Randy Lerner.
A fast-growing cadre of Chesapeake Bay oyster farmers are banking on it. York River oysters, grown closer to the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, are salty-sweet. Maryland officials overseeing the leasing of the waterways are eager to follow the example set in Virginia, which last year sold more than 23 million farmed oysters, up from fewer than 1 million in 2005..
Martin O'Malley is crediting Maryland business owners for struggling to keep workers employed during the recession and its aftermath with enabling the state to lower the unemployment insurance tax by more than half for many employers.
The company is selling off all its assets in separate auctions planned for Tuesday in Maryland and next week at the company's downtown Providence, R.I., headquarters, where Schilling's team was working on the "massively multiplayer online game" that was critical for 38 Studios' success.
BOSTON-- College savings plans offered through the states of Alaska, Maryland, Nevada and Utah earned top marks from Morningstar Inc. in the company's annual update to ratings of so-called 529 plans.
BALTIMORE-- Millennial Media Inc. raised its third-quarter revenue forecast Monday on increasing demand, but the mobile advertising company said it expects to post a net loss for its third quarter. The Baltimore- based company anticipates revenue of $46.5 million to $47 million, up from its prior outlook of $43.5 million to $45 million.
The U.S. House of Representatives' Energy and Commerce Committee called on the Massachusetts pharmacy board to tell congressional staff what it knew about the New England Compounding Center before the recall of more than 17,000 vials of injectable steroid treatments for back and joint pain from health facilities in 23 states.