Oct 02, 2009 | 12:33 PM
Billy's in the money
Here at Melting Pot, we know that every dog has his day—but goats? Jamaica alumina producer Jamalco has been ordered by the Supreme Court of Jamaica to pay $28 million to a goat farmer. The court said the company, majority-owned by Alcoa Inc., failed to honor a previous agreement with Albert Binger and his now-deceased aunt to establish forage for his goats in exchange for mining rights on their land, local media reported. The court ordered Jamalco to....
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