Samsonite's first-half interim profit fell 11 percent on-year but the recent Tumi acquisition should brighten results ahead, Chairman Tim Parker said. » Read More
Procter & Gamble's CEO was brought back to restore growth to the world's largest consumer products company. A year later, investors are still waiting.
Moscow's sweeping sanctions on European food have sent Russian restaurateurs, retail chains and food producers scrambling for alternative supplies.
Russia will suspend Ukrainian soy, soymeal and sunseed imports starting from Aug. 1 due to breach of phytosanitary requirements, Interfax news said.
Panera Bread and Chipotle have both made names for themselves as healthier fast food chains, but lately their performances and stocks have diverged.
The man behind the wine some call "Two Buck Chuck" is seeing red, and it has nothing to do with cabernet sauvignon.
LVMH posted lower profits and margins on the back of a 3 percent rise in first-half sales that came in below expectations.
PepsiCo reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The passage of "Pop the Cap" in 2005, local food movements, and arriving big craft brewers have poised N.C. as craft beer's new hotbed.
Ports along the nation's West Coast face issues like labor strikes that could see them suffer a further decline in business.
Shortly after shuttering its stores, Crumbs Bake Shop is close to securing financing from a prominent investor group.
Graco is recalling approximately 1.9 million harness buckles after a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned that popular acne products can cause rare but serious and life-threatening allergic reactions.
If you call one of these 10 states home, your home has plenty of room for improvement, from crime to health care and the environment.
Payments startup Stripe and China's Alipay struck a deal to allow Chinese buyers to pay for purchases on the U.S. service.
One company's stock surged 5 percent following a new report detailing strong attendance at the chain during World Cup matches so far.
Starbucks will raise prices of some drinks offered at US shops as well as on its brands of packaged coffee.
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