Tyson Foods

Donald Tyson: A Family Food Empire That Started With Chicken

Donald J. Tyson, former president and CEO of Tyson foods, died on Thursday from complications related to cancer. He was 80. Known for his simple demeanor and unassuming clothing, Tyson's outward appearance belied a brutal, take-no-prisoners approach to business.

Legal Briefing: Sex Discrimination Suits Hit Goldman, Tyson

Investment banks and chicken slaughterhouses don't have much in common, but evidently they both aren't the easiest places for women to make a living, based on the gender discrimination lawsuits filed against Goldman Sachs and Tyson Foods this week.

Meat Market: Cattlemen Debate Federal Antitrust Measure

Hoping to stop more small ranches from failing, the Obama administration has proposed a new antitrust rule. But ranchers are divided about whether it will help or hurt them. At a workshop Friday, some argued the rule could end up reducing their earnings.

Tyson Foods Reports Quarterly Earnings of 65 Cents Per Share

Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN) reported quarterly earnings per share of 65 cents, up from 35 cents per share a year earlier. Tyson Foods reported sales of $7.4 billion for the third quarter of fiscal 2010, up 11.6% from a year ago, the company said in a statement.