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Subscriber onlyTyson set to expand, hire 500 in Georgia Tyson Foods will invest $110 million in its Vienna, Ga., plant and hire an additional 500 workers. Continue reading...

Tyson's $1M gift set to aid city core

Its worker center also is moving in

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE -- Downtown Springdale's revitalization got a boost Friday after Tyson Foods Inc. donated $1 million to the effort and announced it is moving workers back to Emma Avenue. Continue reading...

Tyson Foods gives $1 million to Downtown Springdale Alliance

Tyson Foods donated $1 million to the Downtown Springdale Alliance on Friday. Continue reading...

Tysons give $500,000 to eVersity

‘Opportunity to make a difference,’ UA’s Bobbitt says

Subscriber onlyThe Tyson Family and Tyson Foods Foundation Inc. donated $500,000 Wednesday to the University of Arkansas System's online-only university. Continue reading...

Tyson Foods Foundation, family donate $500,000 for eVersity

The Tyson Foods Foundation Inc. and the Tyson family announced Wednesday a $500,00 to eVersity, the University of Arkansas System's online university. Continue reading...

Missouri spill to cost Tyson $540,000

Subscriber onlyTyson Foods and Missouri reached a settlement over a fish kill in the southwestern part of the state, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said Tuesday. Continue reading...

Tyson to pay $539,000 for Missouri chemical spill

Tyson Foods Inc. will pay more than $530,000 for a chemical spill that killed more than 100,000 fish and caused a southwest Missouri town's wastewater treatment system to fail, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced Tuesday. Continue reading...

Activist investors' petitions on Tyson agenda

Subscriber onlyReligious groups want Tyson Foods to conserve water. A retirement fund wants a report on palm oil use. And a pair of investors wants to limit the Tyson family's voting power. Continue reading...

Tyson officers' payment up 83%

Stock rose 132% 2010 through ’14

Subscriber onlyExecutives at Tyson Foods have seen huge pay increases since the company's fortunes improved in 2012, but the raises haven't been spread evenly among top officers. Continue reading...