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Oreo cookie maker Mondelez is thinking about replacing for longtime CEO Irene Rosenfeld, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Some of the most popular brands among teens are Snapchat, Chick-fil-A, Amazon, Nike, and Starbucks, a new survey shows.
These tasty treats go well beyond a plastic baseball helmet filled with ice cream.
Jim Cramer explained why the Tesla’s believers could have the last laugh.
Jim Cramer pits the parent of Olive Garden against the parent of Chili's to see who comes out on top.
Long gone are the days of a simple hot dog and beer combo at the ballpark.
Shares of Constellation Brands, maker of Corona beer and Svedka vodka, hit record highs after the company beat on earnings and revenue.
Yum China says it had first-quarter adjusted earnings of 44 cents per share, topping a consensus estimate of 38 cents.
With KFC and Pizza Hut somewhat "tainted" by China's food safety scandal, Taco Bell is Yum China's biggest potential for growth in China, an analyst says.
PepsiCo might be pulling its controversial Kendall Jenner ad, but it still faces an uphill struggle to recover from its marketing misstep.
The European company that is buying Panera Bread may not be a household name, but its brands are.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb said he'd use his drug industry experience as a force to improve the FDA.
JAB Holding could be looking to take on Starbucks in its latest deal with Panera, one analyst told CNBC.
Goldman Sachs says Shake Shack's fourth Washington, D.C., restaurant is generating "significantly lower interest" on social media.
Marketing expert Mike Jackson says Pepsi's pulled ad demonstrates the company's failure to maintain cultural relevance.
After a backlash on Twitter, Pepsi pulled an ad featuring Kendall Jenner handing a can of soda to a police officer at a demonstration.
London office staff will soon be able to order drinks direct to their desk in a new £100 million ($125 million) Soho office development.
The beverage company is aiming to make its products resonate more with younger consumers and is taking a stance on social issues.
Andy Puzder tells CNBC he's used to being attacked for conservative positions, but he's seen nothing like the vitriol as Labor secretary nominee.
Jim Cramer has noticed a pattern that signals the embattled Mexican food chain is ready to renew its gains.
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