MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters)- European shares pulled back on Friday with UBS dragging bank stocks lower after posting a drop in full-year profit, while Britain's biggest supermarket Tesco surged after a 3.7 billion-pound takeover of a supplier. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.5 percent while UK's FTSE was flat, supported by Tesco, which rose 8.4 percent...
William Hobbs, Barclays head of investment strategy for the U.K. and Europe, discusses his perspective on Tesco and the equity space more broadly.
HSBC FX Strategist Dominic Bunning discusses business strategy in the digital age, and how this - as well currencies - are affecting high street retailers.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is joining forces with Kraft Heinz to develop a new line of healthy food products.
More companies are offering a reward for customers who download their mobile apps.
Shake Shack is offering a free burger to anyone who downloads its new app by Feb. 28.
A technique practiced by early Egyptians could help resolve the modern-day problem of food waste.
Barry Irvin, executive chairman of Bega Cheese, explains the company's acquisition the Australian and NZ grocery unit of Mondelez.
The company that makes Nutella is fighting claims the chocolate and hazelnut spread can cause cancer.
Supervalu, Ford, and Boeing stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
McDonald's sale of its China and Hong Kong operations raises numerous concerns about worker conditions, an American labor union has warned.
The burrito chain reported a smaller drop in same-store sales during the fourth quarter.
Charles Leyland at Leyland Private AM explains why he favors Flexigroup, a financial solutions company, to get exposure to the retail sector in Australia.
Urban Outfitters, Fiat Chrysler, and McDonald's stocks are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
Kiyoshi Kimura brings home a 466-pound bluefin tuna in what may be the last auction at the current site of Tokyo's Tsukiji market.
The fast food chain set up a location in a Vatican-owned building, which is also home to several senior cardinals.
Thrive Market, which sells non-perishable healthy foods at reasonable prices, will ship customer orders within two days to 85 percent of the country.
Consumer food preferences in 2017 are shaping up to be lean, clean and green.
Cinnabon got hammered by the internet for its Carrie Fisher tribute tweet. But some tweeters countered that she probably would've gotten a kick out of it.
The world's first inflatable KFC popped up in Portland for the holiday season. It was quite the spectacle!