Late last month, Norwegian salmon farming giants agreed to pay $85 million (€80 million) to US seafood buyers in a class action lawsuit alleging the companies conspired to fix salmon prices in the US market.
The companies -- including Mowi, Leroy Seafood and Grieg Seafood -- said the settlement was not an admission of guilt, but simply the best way to resolve a costly and protracted lawsuit.
Will the companies regret their decision? Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry and Executive Editor John Fiorillo discuss.
Plus, remember the implosion of Spanish seafood giant Pescanova? Correspondent John Evans offers some insight into the company's rise, and his exclusive interview with CEO Ignacio Gonzalez.