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CNBC's Robert Frank discusses his experience tasting a $5,000 burger in Las Vegas.
Shares of Jack in the Box dropped after the fast food company reported disappointing quarterly earnings and guidance.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Shares of craft brewer Boston Beer slipped 5 percent after a disappointing outlook and continued weakness in key brands, including Sam Adams.
The FleurBurger 5000 costs $5,000 comes with a pricey wine pairing.
Amazon has applied for a liquor license for its secretive drive-through grocery store in Seattle.
McDonald's is giving customers cheaper drinks, in an attempt to lure more people to stores to buy more items, this analyst told CNBC.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on the after-hours buzz for Jack in the Box. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.
The bull/bear debate on McDonald's with Will Slabaugh, Stephens Inc. restaurant analyst, and Jonathan Maze, Nation's Restaurant News senior financial editor.
Comparable sales at company stores grew 1.2 percent for the fourth quarter, missing an estimate of 3.1 percent from FactSet.
Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett didn't flop in the failed Kraft Heinz bid for Unilever; he dodged a bullet.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour:
Meal kit sellers and upstart grocers are underscoring an eat-at-home culture.
Unilever said it was reviewing its options to increase shareholder value, days after it rejected a surprise $143 billion takeover bid from Kraft Heinz.
Daniel Lubetzky, Kind Snacks founder and CEO, talks about a new organization called "Feed the Truth" which aims to bring more transparency to the U.S. food industry.
Lovers of Italian olive oil are in for some sticker shock this year, with prices due to jump by as much as 20 percent.
Volkswagen (VW) project stable earnings this year after record sales of its luxury Audi and Porsche cars.
As major department store chains trim their square footage, they're taking slightly different approaches.
The New York-based company posted fourth-quarter earnings of $1.37 per share on revenue of $2.113 billion.