For Immediate Release Fridays


By Jason Chupick Comment

This edition of For Immediate Release Fridays uncovers a few pieces of buried bad news including a problem with soy milk, another smack by the EPA of Scott products, some empty chairs at E*Trade, a chapter 11, and the strange pilfering of a radioactive gauge from the back of a truck:

Department of Environmental Protection issues a warning about a stolen moisture density gauge containing radioactive material. The object in question was taken from the bed of a flatbed truck in Philadelphia

After going IPO just one year ago, Superior Offshore (cool stock sympbol, Nasdaq: DEEP) files for Chapter 11. The company provides subsea construction and commercial diving services for the oil and gas industry

E*Trade announces resignation of their CFO, and their General Counsel

Undeclared milk protein may be found in 11-ounce chocolate Silk Soymilk

EPA orders Scotts to stop sales of two more pesticides with false or misleading labels

In better news, we must not be in a recession. A bottle of 1959 rose Dom Perignon went for almost $85,000 at auction