Food and Beverage Beverages

  • Cramer Remix: Why the Fed has become a paragon of predictability

    Jim Cramer reflected on the movement of the market following the Federal Reserve’s latest rate hike.

  • An appeals court on Wednesday upheld Philadelphia's 1.5- cent- per-ounce tax on sweetened beverages, saying it does not duplicate Pennsylvania's state sales tax. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said the two court decisions indicate the tax, which is being earmarked to fund education in the city, is legal. "The beverage industry needs to see this ruling for what it...

  • PRAGUE— Having been tested successfully on beer-loving Czechs, the beer train is heading for the United States and China. Petr Fridrich came up with the concept in the Czech city of Brno in 2009.. Expansion came in the form of two further railway restaurants in the Czech capital of Prague.

  • 'Harpoon' takes aim at beer biz: CEO

    Dan Kenary, Harpoon Brewery CEO, talks about the craft brewing business.

  • Even more energized by Paris climate accord after Trump's withdrawal: Carlsberg

    Carlsberg CEO Cees 't Hart weighs in on his business' strategy to fight climate change.

  • *All banks except Commercial Bank down in Doha. DUBAI, June 11- Shares in Qatari banks fell on Sunday after the United Arab Emirates central bank ordered UAE banks to be wary of accounts which they hold with six Doha- based lenders, while Dana Gas and Drake& Scull outperformed in the UAE. Five of the six are listed on the market: Qatar National Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank,...

  • *Domestically exposed UK stocks drop. MILAN/ LONDON, June 9- European stocks were choppy on Friday after Britain's election delivered no clear winner on the eve of Brexit talks, though a slump in the sterling gave an edge to shares in UK exporters. "Whilst a hung parliament was not the specific outcome that many expected, asset prices in the UK and to a certain extent...

  • BUDAPEST/ PRAGUE, June 9- The Czech crown hit its highest level since the central bank removed its cap on the currency in April, boosted on Friday by higher than expected May inflation data which pointed to possible monetary tightening later this year. Among other currencies the forint and the Romanian leu were up 0.1 percent and the zloty flat, with Central...

  • 'Must-See TV': Free Drinks and Canceled Meetings for Comey's Testimony

    Millions expected to pause work Thursday morning to watch James Comey's testimony.

  • What's on tap for Coors?

    Molson Coors CEO Mark Hunter discusses Molson Coors inking a deal with Heineken to import Mexican beer brand, Sol.

  • *Abu Dhabi's Dana Gas jumps on receipt of Egypt payments. *Ezz Steel surges as Egypt imposes import tariff. The Qatari index lost 1.0 percent to a fresh 17- month low, taking its losses to 9.7 percent since Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut diplomatic links and transport ties on Monday, accusing Doha of backing terrorism.

  • *'Made in Italy' labelling project could be ditched- sources. MILAN, June 2- For the Italian government, it seemed like a recipe for success: create an official "Made in Italy" logo to defend the country's finest food exports from an army of foreign impersonators. Instead of unifying Italy's food industry against a common enemy that is bagging billions of euros in sales,...

  • TORONTO, June 1- Canada's main stock index rose on Thursday to a more than one-week high in a broad rally led by energy and financials, while BlackBerry Ltd jumped after an influential investment firm said the technology company's stock could double. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index closed up 120.00 points, or 0.78 percent, at 15,469.91, its...

  • SAN JOSE, June 1- Costa Rican coffee exports rose nearly 6 percent in May to reach 182,180 60- kg bags, the country's national coffee institute ICAFE said on Thursday. Costa Rica is one of the region's smaller producers but famed for its high-quality bean. The coffee season in Central America and Mexico, which together produce about a fifth of the world's arabica...

  • Emaar Properties, Emaar Malls support Dubai. DUBAI, June 1- Abu Dhabi's Dana Gas was buoyed for a second day on Thursday by hopes for payments from the Kurdistan Regional Government, while blue chips rose in most other Middle Eastern markets and Egypt's index closed at a record high. Dana jumped 7.3 percent, following Wednesday's 5.1 percent jump, after news that...

  • Mark Van Iterson explains to CNBC's James Wright why what's on the bottle is nearly as important as what's in the bottle.

  • How a tour around an old brewery turned into masterpiece in experiential marketing.

  • Falling sales are just one of the challenges facing the global beer industry.

  • Jan Derck van Karnebeek talks to CNBC about competition, consolidation and craft beer.

  • Why now is the right time to launch an alcohol-free beer, and why it's taken so long.