Dan Bearth

Government, Business

Congress Passes Bill to Set Drug Distribution Standards

A bill that establishes new national standards for the distribution of prescription drugs and pharmaceuticals has been approved by Congress and is expected to be signed into law by President Obama.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
November 19, 2013
Business, Safety, Government

Hostess Brands Again Files for Bankruptcy

Hostess Brands, the maker of Twinkies snack cakes and Wonder bread, filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, less than three years after completing an earlier restructuring.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
January 13, 2012

Ex-Teamsters Chief Carey Pleads Not Guilty

Former Teamsters President Ron Carey pled not guilty Thursday to charges that he lied to a federal grand jury investigating fund raising for his 1996 re-election bid.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
February 1, 2001

Overnite Asks Systemwide Vote

Overnite Transportation Co., the nation's largest nonunion less-than-truckload general freight carrier, challenged the Teamsters union to a companywide vote on union repre-sentation.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
September 29, 1998

Jevic Goes Public

The Delanco, N.J.-based less-than-truckload carrier announced an initial public offering of 3,800,000 shares of Common Stock.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
September 29, 1998

Credit Reporting Suit Slated for Trial

A suit by TJS Brokerage & Co. Inc. alleging inaccurate credit reporting by CompuNet Credit Services Inc. will go to trial Feb. 23.

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
September 29, 1998

Credit Reporting Suit Slated for Trial

A suit by TJS Brokerage & Co. Inc. alleging inaccurate credit reporting by CompuNet Credit Services Inc. will go to trial Feb. 23..

Dan Bearth | Senior Features Writer
September 29, 1998

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