Cyber crimes

St. Louis Cyber Crime Conference Begins Tomorrow

Attendees of the two-day cyber security conference will attend workshops on topics ranging from encryption to weaponized security to “the morphology of cyber crime.”


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TIAM: Insurer Sues Schnucks

This is an interesting lawsuit.


Lori Silvey, assistant bakery manager, stocks the shelves with the first batch of Hostess Twinkies and Cupcakes that have arrived at Schnucks in Ballwin, Missouri on July 13, 2013. Hostess products are returning after a bankruptcy court approved the company's closure in November 2012, putting 15,000 workers out of a job. Hostess has reintroduced the Twinkie, Cupcake and doughnut lines so far with national rollout of the products on July 15. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Schnucks Scrambling To Keep Up With Demand For Twinkies, Other Hostess Products

Shelves are empty in many stores, but more on the way later this week.


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Ozark Mtn. Cream Recall in Missouri

State agriculture department says product sold at some St. Louis area restaurants and markets may contain unpasteurized milk.



Illinois Lawsuit Could Cost Schnucks $80M

Damages were calculated at $7.25 an hour to resolve the issue, adding up to $7.25 million for victims in Illinois. Legally, plaintiffs can receive eleven times the damages.



Schnucks CEO Issues Message on Cyber Attack

“For over seven decades, you’ve been able to depend on us. I want you to know you still can,” Scott Schnuck said.


Police Find Parent of Boy at Schnucks, No Charges Expected

Workers at a Schnucks grocery store in south St. Louis found the boy about 11:15 p.m. He said his name was Noah, but he didn’t know his last name or where he lived.


Photo: KMOX

UPDATE: Wandering Child Reunited With Mother

St. Louis Police say a 5-year-old boy who was found walking around a Schnucks market Thursday night has been reunited with his mother.



Hampton Village Schnucks Recalls Ground Sausage

The recall includes all fresh ground sausage purchases Sunday with a sell-by date of May 2, 2013.


Mo Capitol

Capitol Perspectives: The Dimming Light of Missouri’s Consumer Movement

I’ve been pondering these days whatever happened to Missouri’s consumer protection movement.





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