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Tyson Foods CFO John R. Tyson Arrested on DWI Charge

It's his second arrest since November 2022, when he was charged with public intoxication after being found asleep in a stranger's home. read more >
Tyson Foods CEO Donnie King
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Tyson Foods Posts $145M Profit as Sales Dip in Fiscal Q2

The Springdale-based meat giant expects sales to remain flat in 2024 but raised its guidance for operating income. read more >
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Through The Years: The 2000s (40 Years of Arkansas Business)

See highlights from Arkansas Business from 2000-2009. read more >
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Tyson Foods Isn’t Hiring Workers Who Came to the US Illegally, but Boycott Calls Persist

Conservative influencers and politicians are calling for a boycott of Tyson Foods after false claims spread online saying the multinational meat producer is planning to hire 52,000 people who came to the U.S. illegally. read more >
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Tyson Foods to Close Iowa Pork Plant, Affecting Nearly 1,300 Jobs

The facility is the ninth that Tyson Foods has moved to shut down since early 2023. read more >
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Tyson Foods Elects Board Members, Expresses Confidence in 2024 Rebound

“I’m pleased to report that every one of our businesses is executing better today than 18 months ago,” CEO Donnie King said. read more >
Donnie King, president and CEO of Tyson Foods Inc. in Springdale
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Tyson Foods Reports $107M Profit in Fiscal Q1

Income was down more than 66% from the same quarter a year ago, but it was the first profitable period for Tyson Foods after three consecutive negative quarters. read more >
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Tyson Opens New $355M Bacon Plant in Kentucky

The facility uses high-tech robots to pack and stack boxes and move products, reflecting the company's growing emphasis on automation and efficiency. read more >
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Farmers Sue Tyson Foods Over Missouri Plant Closure

The suit alleges that Tyson Foods fraudulently and negligently misrepresented its commitment to keeping the plant open while insisting the farmers make investments in order to remain under contract with the company. read more >
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Cal-Maine Foods to Acquire Shuttered Tyson Chicken Plant in Missouri

The plant is one of six chicken processing facilities that Tyson closed in 2023 under a plan to consolidate its struggling poultry segment. read more >
Tyson Foods CEO Donnie King
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Tyson Foods CEO Donnie King Tops $13M in Compensation in 2023

King received $436,154 in incentive plan compensation, down significantly from $3.4 million in 2022. read more >
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Top Online Stories of 2023: Eatery News, a Lyon College Setback And 27 Marijuana Laws Tossed Out

Readers were hungry for restaurant news on the Arkansas Business website this year. read more >
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Tyson Foods Names Lori Bondar as Chief Accountant

Tyson Foods Inc. of Springdale named Lori Bondar as the company’s chief accounting officer. Bondar will replace Phillip Thomas, who will remain at Tyson Foods as vice president and controller. […] read more >
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Tyson Foods Invests in Insect Ingredients

The Springdale-based company is partnering with a Netherlands firm to build an insect ingredient facility in the U.S. read more >
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Tyson Foods Lays Off Workers in North Carolina

It's the latest in a string of harsh news in Tyson Foods’ chicken segment. read more >
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Tyson Foods Donates $2.5M to Feeding America

Additionally, Tyson said it's donating 2.5 million pounds of protein. read more >
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Stewart Glendinning Resigns as Tyson Foods Prepared Food President

He's leaving to become the CEO of fashion apparel retailer Express Inc. read more >
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Report: Tyson Looking to Sell Its Poultry Business in China

The report by Reuters, which cites three unnamed sources with knowledge of the matter, said that Tyson has hired Goldman Sachs to advise on the sale. read more >
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Tyson Foods Partners with UA For Employee Education

The program will offer degree paths that include supply chain management, business and human resources management. read more >
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Tyson Foods to Lay Off 228 in Illinois

Corporate employees in the Chicago area declined to relocate to northwest Arkansas under the company's OneTyson initiative. read more >