When some pants allowed too much to be seen, the clothing company pulled them from store shelves. Now it's made some design changes. But Lululemon still cautions that proper fit is critical: "If you stretch a knit fabric far enough, it will go sheer."
In the wake of reports that conservative groups' requests for tax-exempt status got extra scrutiny, new IRS acting Commissioner Danny Werfel tells a House panel the agency must earn Americans' trust. The panel questioned Werfel about his agency's scandals at an oversight hearing Monday.
Computer giant Apple goes on trial Monday, accused by the government in a civil action of colluding with publishers to fix the price of e-books. Five publishers have settled with federal authorities already on the prices fixing charges. Apple denies the charges. All Things Considered host Audie Cornish talks with NPR's Laura Sydell who is at the trial.
A federal insider trading probe focused on the hedge fund SAC Capital is causing investors to take action. Investors have pulled an estimated $3.5 billion from the fund in anticipation of additional developments.
Natural gas production in this country is booming. On a far smaller scale, so are some alternative energy industries. Please join us to discuss the growth prospects for wind, solar and nuclear power in the United States.
The retailing giant says it will launch training for 70,000 associates to help them spot fruits and vegetables that should no longer be on shelves. The move follows complaints that understaffing was leading to low-quality produce of dubious freshness in stores.
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