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Researchers reported that those who add a little olive oil to their diets have lower risk of breast cancer. NBCNews reports.
The iOS keyboard now has hundreds of available emojis, but Bojangles' does not think that's quite enough.
To celebrate four decades in Spain, Burger King's Spanish unit is trading burgers for bottles.
Catch it while you can. This burger mashup will be difficult to get.
Camille Rumani, co-founder of VizEat, discusses how their meal-sharing company works and generates revenue.
Emma Heap, managing director, Singapore at Foodpanda, says factors such as high smartphone penetration and passion for food are driving growth for the firm in Singapore and Hong Kong.
Noah Karesh, co-founder of tech start-up Feastly, explains its monetization strategy and outlines how the meal-sharing app ensures a hygienic food experience.
A whole new sharing economy space based on meal-sharing lets travelers immerse into a foreign culture at the dinner table.
Dan Newman, founder of Leftover Swap, introduces the smartphone app which allows people to share their leftover and excess food.
BonAppetour is a meal-sharing platform which offers users the opportunity to tuck into home-cooked meals in over 80 cities for an unique cultural exchange. CNBC's Pauline Chiou has more.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has approached SABMiller about a takeover, but "Fast Money" traders like other beverage stocks.
Now that an AB InBev acquisition of SABMiller is officially on the table, there's a lot to be done and much of it needs to happen quickly.
"We were appalled to hear of an employee refusing service to two officers...," the company wrote in a statement.
Throwing back one (or two or five) is going to be more expensive at Oktoberfest this year.
Caroline Levy, CLSA US, discusses the potential merger between Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller, and what it would mean to the beverage industry.
Companies that provide free food have happier employees compared with those who don't get to chow down on their employer's dime, USAT reports.
Prescription drug prices are out of control, but there's a way to make your money back: The drugstore stocks are very healthy right now.
In recent weeks many consumer companies have already had to address currency headwinds, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
Discussing the strength of the consumer, and why he is concerned about utilities, with Phil Blancato, Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management.
We crunched the numbers with Kensho to see how consumer staples performed one month after the start of each rate hike cycle since 1990. If history’s any indication, we’ve got three stocks to steer clear of – and three likely to stand up to tightening monetary policy.
The Financial Times and its new owner, Japan's Nikkei, is analyzing readership data to develop new tools for readers.
Jay Leno explains the complicated relationship between electric and gasoline.
What's crazier than buying a $2 million car? Buying a $2 million car that you haven't been able to see pictures of, let alone test-driven.