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The Barron's report says the stock could return 20 percent over the next year.
Des Hague has been hired as CEO of a frozen food company two years after a viral video exposed him kicking a pal's pooch.
Anheuser-Busch and Starbucks announced a deal to produce, bottle, distribute and market Teavana ready-to-drink teas in the U.S.
Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis says Dunkin' Donuts has secret weapon in a crowded fast-food breakfast field: technology.
From no tipping to cashless, mobile transactions, your restaurant experience is changing, according to an American Express survey.
Hungry during your commute? You can now have a pizza delivered to your bus from Domino's — if you live in the United Kingdom, that is.
McDonald's must respond to a lawsuit accusing it of discrimination for refusing to serve blind customers who walk up during late-night hours.
Starbucks has launched Nitro Brew, a new cold brewed coffee that infuses nitrogen into your favorite early morning beverage, Eater reports.
The city of Irwindale, California, claims in a lawsuit that Huy Fong Foods owes more than $400,000 in unpaid fees.
As Vietnam guzzles more beer than ever, Vietnam Brewery Limited (VBL) wants to ensure the pint glasses don't stay empty.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains why he thinks there could be more Starbucks stores in China than in the U.S. one day.
A new wine-themed park is ready to open its doors to the general public on June 1.
Minimum wage hikes could lead to higher menu prices at McDonald's as franchisees push back against corporate, Morningstar's R.J. Hottovy tells CNBC.
Exotic ingredients mean beer may have been the ancient Chinese version of a $70,000 Bordeaux meant to impress friends, say archaeologists.
Tran Qui Thanh used his fierce survival instinct to build a firm that's attracted interest from the likes of Coca-Cola and Pepsi.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's are known for their limited-time-only burger concoctions, but these items aren't the only ways to drive traffic.
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