Brewers submit lists of ingredients to regulators all the time. It's Washington that's keeping beer labels vague.
Convertibles aren't strictly luxury vehicles, but that hasn't stopped luxury automakers from staking out a huge segment of their market.
The facilities are there if the U.S. takes over Qatar's 2022 bid, but the economic impact may not be. The one in 1994 cost us $9 billion.
Of the 10 largest nations in the world, only four play in the World Cup this year.
Bloggers bending the truth didn't make big brewers more transparent about what goes into their beer. It just exposed consumer ignorance while skirting greater labeling issues.
World Cup Spanish-language broadcast rights fees soar as sponsors and millions of viewers flock to Univision's coverage. That includes a whole lot of non-Spanish speaking soccer fans.
That audience of 16 million is better than March Madness, the NBA Finals or the World Series averaged within the last year. It also has lots of room to grow as soccer's reach expands.
NFL, NHL, NBA and Major League Baseball owners moonlight as soccer fans with teams that help produce some of the greatest talent the World Cup has to offer.
Craft beer brewers including New Belgium and Sierra Nevada are brewing lager that nearly 75% of U.S. beer consumption. Adding Yuengling to their ranks only pours more lager into the mix.
While U.S.-based companies may employ the overwhelming majority of union autoworkers in this country, they're not the only ones using union labor on U.S.-made vehicles.