NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. Treehouse Foods Inc., up $6.89 to $81.03. Willis Group Holdings PLC, up $1.50 to $46.90.» Read More
Anheuser-Bush InBev changed terms of its proposed $20.1 billion acquisition of Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo in an attempt to get the deal past regulators.
Where the smartphone market and mobile payments are headed, with Dan Niles, AlphaOne Capital; and the FMHR traders discuss their take on Netflix as its stock continues to climb.
Muhtar Kent, Chairman & CEO of Coca-Cola, breaks down his company's fourth quarter results, and weighs in on where the company is finding emerging growth areas.
Dirk Van Vlaanderen, vice president for Europe at Jeffries International, tells CNBC how to trade tobacco and alcohol stocks now that the market is in a bull phase.
Decadence doesn't come cheap. And for whatever the reason, these liquors command prices you wouldn't believe.
Could Styrofoam containers get 86'd from the menu of takeout food options in the nation's biggest city?
It's the battle of the beers in the Super Bowl team hometowns. And dreams do come true, Jimmy: A land where beer is cheaper than water!
Harry Schuhmacher, editor of Beer Business Daily, on the stopped M&A deal merging Bud and Corona beer makers.
Diageo, the world's biggest spirits maker, reported slowing growth in earnings on Thursday and the CEO told CNBC the Europe market was lackluster.
CNBC's Jane Wells breaks down Starbucks' earnings data. Earnings hit estimates, but the revenues were a bit light.
In a debate over whether McDonald's or Coca-Cola is a better buy, a technical analyst sees trouble ahead for Coke, but a fundamental analyst likes the stock. (2:43)
People who want giant sodas are fighting back today against New York City's ban on super-sized sugary drinks, with WNBC's Roseanne Colletti.
Alan Lok, Director at Sabio Global says TCC will do a good job if they succeed in taking over F&N.
Trevor Stirling, senior research analyst at Sanford Bernstein, tells CNBC that the strategy of consolidation amongst beer companies has been successful and they have outperformed the market by almost ten percent every year.
The CEO behind such brands as Corona, Svedka and Manischewitz said a late-2012 slowdown was due to "fiscal cliff" blues.
Jamba Juice CEO James White discusses upcoming competition from Starbucks as it gets into the juice business, and ways in which his company is expanding in 2013.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports defense stocks jumped after the "cliff" deal; and the best spirits to toast the "fiscal cliff" deal to, with Flavien Desoblin, The Brandy Library.
The collapse of the family behind the mighty Anheuser-Busch brewing dynasty has remained a mystery. Alex Berenson, Former New York Times reporter, offers insight, on his Kindle single, "The Prince of Beers," which goes behind closed doors with the final heir August Busch IV.
The approaching Mayan apocalypse is providing fodder for lots of beer and spirits promotions. What's in your go kit?
Simon Thillou likes to think of La Cave à Bulles, his shop here devoted only to beer, as a place where beer lovers can gather to taste new brews and, of course, discuss the state of the world. But this was one controversy he never saw coming, and wishes he never had: a proposed 160 percent increase in the tax on beer.