Money Matters: Whole Foods recall

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May 10, 2013, 7:59 am
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(NECN) - Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn will be back in Everett, Mass. Friday, showing off new details and updated renderings for his proposed $1.2-billion hotel and casino along the Mystic River. Wynn is competing with two other proposals for the sole eastern Massachusetts casino license.  

There’s a Whole Foods recall to tell you about. Store officials say the labels on its curried chicken salad and the vegan version of that salad were reversed earlier this week. The vegan salad contains soy and the curried chicken salad contains egg, which could cause serious allergic reactions for some. So far, no illnesses have been reported. The recall affects shoppers in five states, including Massachusetts, Maine and Connecticut.

McDonald's is axing its angus burger after four years on the menu. The change comes as the fast food chain continues to make updates and look for ways to boost sales.

For the first time, the FCC is taking major steps to provide high speed internet service on planes. Officials are expected to open talks about freeing airwaves used by the satellite industry. The service currently utilizes earth-based antennas. Qualcomm has been pushing the FCC to make this change since 2011.

Tags: Las Vegas, McDonald's, casino, FCC, Money Matters, Whole Foods, Steve Wynn, everett massachusetts, angus burger, curried chicken salad
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