The agri-chemical giant has a storied history of using shady tactics to attack critics and influence the media.
“Together they will influence markets all over the world on a scale we’ve never seen before.”
Put away your goggles, people.
The preliminary results of a small study were encouraging.
This advantage, however, should not be taken for granted. In some sectors, local players are lifting their game. China's
Chemical giant Bayer has just announced its intention to purchase Monsanto, the world's leading seed and pesticide supplier.
Nor is it that this ad also advocates a particularly virulent form of cyber-bullying, one of the most pervasive problems
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the leading agriculture input firms in 2010 had faster sales growth
Monsanto, which said last week it had a received an approach from Bayer but gave no details, has yet to comment on the offer.
Any deal could raise U.S. antitrust concerns because of the overlap in the seeds business.