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Coke announced Tuesday it will eliminate 1,200 jobs, focusing on a "lean" corporate center.
Tyson Foods said it would buy packaged sandwich supplier AdvancePierre Foods for about $3.2 billion in cash.
Coca-Cola's first-quarter earnings miss expectations by a penny a share.
Marcato Capital Management said Buffalo Wild Wings misrepresented share performance in materials it filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
A supermarket deal could be one of the largest take-privates since the financial crisis, Financial Times reports.
Move over, cronuts. The latest cross-bred baked good is brought to you by Walmart, Eater reports.
Beverage bottles are used to make synthetic fabrics for clothing as well as carpeting and bags, Buzzfeed reports.
McCain Foods USA is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in them.
One of the oldest breweries in the US is toasting 150 years with a new brew.
When big brands land in hot water, there are steps they can take to mitigate the fallout, PR experts explained to CNBC.
BMO Capital Markets initiates coverage on McDonald's with an outperform rating.
Barclays upgrades its rating on Costco to overweight from equal weight after a survey revealed the retailer's food category strength.
With the value of vineyard land on the rise, dealmaking should be a big trend in the wine industry this year, experts are saying.
Activist investor Marcato Capital fires its latest salvo against Buffalo Wild Wings, calling for CEO Sally Smith's removal.
Brazil is attracting strong foreign direct investment after a scandal involving its meat industry, the country's finance minister said.
Sales of soda drinks decreased about 1.2 percent in the United States in 2016, falling for the 12th year in a row.
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