Japan's fast-food industry faces a new problem after scandals rocked the industry: diners are no longer heading out for meals like they used to.» Read More
Girl Scouts of America CEO Anna Maria Chavez tells CNBC the idea for selling cookies online came from the troops that sell them.
Unilever will separate its spreads business, which includes Flora and Bertolli margarine, into a standalone company. The NYT reports.
Maker's Mark is releasing a new bourbon and it's causing an "incredible craze … like nothing we've ever experienced," says chairman emeritus.
What's Starbucks going to announce at its biennial investor meeting? Retail analyst Brian Sozzi weighs in.
Brown-Forman's soft earnings were about forex headwinds, not flagging demand. The same can't be said for Abercrombie & Fitch.
Poultry producer stocks have surged in part due to pricing power and strong demand, but investors are betting that this trend will reverse.
One Utah native used his Olive Garden pasta pass to feed the hungry people in his community.
A company that sells truffles said it is auctioning off a huge truffle in New York with proceeds that will go to charity.
Stumped about what to order? Pizza Hut UK's new menu feature wants to use your inner thoughts to make the process easier.
Olive oil prices are soaring 30 percent, thanks to a hot European summer that severely hurt production, the Daily Mail reported.
Fans of Goose Island Beer Company have their own annual Black Friday tradition: Standing in line for Bourbon County Brand Stout.
SideChef, an app designed for amateur cooks, helps teach step-by-step recipe basics to would-be chefs.
Steve and Devon Aoki, children of the late Benihana founder Rocky Aoki, are frustrated with how their stepmother is spending their inheritance.
Old Homestead Steakhouse in New York is offering a $35,000 Thanksgiving meal for those bored of traditional fare.
The risks of eating the puffer fish have not dampened demand for the delicacy, but adventurous diners may push one species of puffer to extinction.
Pope Francis warned that if the world continues to abuse natural resources due to greed, it will lead to global disaster.
When China cuts interest rates, McDonald's outperforms the market five days later and makers of stone and gravel also beat the market, history shows.
A end of a 400-year-old rule that means British pubs can now pick and choose their ales, won't lead to cheaper beer, a major pub boss warned.
Look to your left. Look to your right. At least one of you probably drinks too much, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Gobble gobble! Despite high commodity prices, Thanksgiving costs are only marginally higher this year.
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