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Long known more for burgers, Shake Shack is turning an eye toward chicken, according to one recent trademark filing.
One mega-franchisee CEO is already changing his growth strategy as a result of minimum wage hikes.
Nascar driver Jimmie Johnson is partnering with Mission and Lowe's to focus on heat safety, as the summer starts to kick off.
Egg prices have surged higher as the death of millions of hens from bird flu is beginning to tighten supplies.
What's old is new again at fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken.
"I'm not Don Draper," said Bill Backer, the man behind the "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" ad, the NYT reports.
The drink once reserved for young kids has made new inroads with hungover adults.
The coffee chain's loyalty members will gain access to Starbucks music on Spotify and have input on in-store playlists.
Exclusive data to CNBC from Brandwatch shows which food, restaurant, and beverage brands have the best and worst presence on social media.
This firm says playing classical music could, in part, lead to healthier chickens.
The SEIU it would petition the FTC to investigate alleged abusive practices by major franchisors, including McDonald's.
Here's how Turner Broadcasting managed to keep Charles Barkley on board, USA Today reports.
Sysco said on Friday that a record U.S. outbreak of avian flu would limit its chicken and egg supply for nine to 18 months.
Blue Bell Creameries says it will lay off more than a third of its workforce following a total product recall linked to a listeria outbreak.
While investors were apparently disappointed by El Pollo Loco's weak outlook, CEO Steve Sather says business is good.
A Manhattan food truck looks to duplicate the success of Shake Shack, as the company opens new restaurants.
Data from DerbyGames.com show what the dumb money rookie mistakes are in horse race betting. CNBC will show you how to avoid those traps.
JPMorgan upgraded Yum Brands to "overweight" on the thesis that spinning off the China business is no longer a "possibility" but a "probability."
As avian flu ravages the Midwest, more than 8 percent of the 300 million-plus U.S. layer hen population has disappeared in a month.
A Stanford University biologist and physician describes his complex process of recreating the experience of meat using only plant-based ingredients.
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