L.A. city officials are demanding that Carl's Jr. fork over $1.45 million in penalties and back wages for failing to pay dozens of workers the minimum wage. » Read More
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Pernod Ricard CFO Gilles Bogaert weighs in on what the U.K. leaving the EU’s single market will mean for the company, while commenting on French politics.
Dunkin' Brands posted fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, aided by increased franchise fees and royalty income.
Coca-Cola delivers earnings that were directly in line with estimates, but revenue beats expectations.
Coca-Cola, Twitter, Anthem, and Cigna stocks are making headlines on Walll Street.
The initial public offering for tequila maker Jose Cuervo priced at the top of the expected range at 34 pesos per share.
Ever dreamed of eating chocolate for a living? A new position has opened up with Mondelez International offering to pay you for it.
Carlsberg CEO Cees ‘t Hart talks about the drink-maker’s hiring conditions and raw material prices.
Carlsberg CEO Cees ‘t Hart explains why the company missed on sales estimates for its fourth quarter, when commenting on its earnings and Russia.
Carlsberg's fourth-quarter sales may have missed expectations, however its CEO remains confident on the company's results and future
A food and ag coalition called on President Trump to support Asia-Pacific trade and to reduce or eliminate tariffs and restrictive policies.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on the headwinds for the restaurant industry as more Americans are choosing to eat in.
A cheese snack that resembles gorilla Harambe sells on eBay for nearly $100K. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
A Cheetos corn snack resembling a gorilla sold on eBay for close to $100,000.
Britain’s appetite for food and drink rose in January despite an overall dip in retail sales and a continued shift in U.K. consumption.
Trump, the oldest elected president, has changed some habits since entering the White House, Axios reports.
Entrepreneurs have set up farms in shipping containers to grow fresh produce in the heart of the urban jungle.
Some U.K. supermarkets are rationing the amount vegetables that customers can buy following a poor harvest in southern Europe.
Earnings are out for Chipotle. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the details. Stephanie Link, TIAA Investments, weighs in.
One of Nestle's KitKat chocolate stores in Tokyo has unveiled chocolate sushi just in time for Valentine's Day.
Panera Bread Founder & CEO Ron Shaich discusses the potential pluses from tax reform plans under the Trump administration.
High-end Fruit of the Loom cotton shirts will retail for $120 to $135, Racked reports.
Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel talked to Elon Musk about possible plans for digging high speed rail line in Chicago.
It's pretty easy to start a fire in the Blanda Blank IKEA bowl, but the company isn't about to recall the product.