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McDonald's on Monday plans to unveil a highly anticipated blueprint to juice company results and modernize its struggling operations.
Kentucky Derby goers will pay from $10 to $2,500 for one of the 250,000-plus glasses of the sugary concoction that will be served this weekend.
Woodford Reserve, the Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, unveiled their 2015 edition of the $1,000 Mint Julep Cup. Mixologist Pamela Wiznitzer has whipped up a special recipe for the Derby this year and walks us through the ingredients she uses in her mint julep.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at the big business of bourbon at Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
It's all about choice in McDonald's new customized sandwich test...but not too much choice.
A Scottish craft beer brewer, Innis & Gunn, is trying to raise £3 million ($4.6 million) by selling "mini-bonds".
David Duncan, Silver Oak Cellars CEO, shares perspective on the business of making wine, and how the drought in Napa Valley is impacting the business.
Arby's big bet on carnivores appears to be paying off.
Bumble Bee Foods and two managers were charged by Los Angeles prosecutors Monday with violating safety regulations.
Restaurant Brands International said its loss narrowed in the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter of 2014.
Coca-Cola has much work to do to turn around its business, but Q1 results show it is on the right track, CEO Muhtar Kent tells CNBC.
Spending $10 at McDonald's will buy a fast food feast. Shelling out $890.80? That will get you a "Big Max."
Bowing to consumer demand to ditch aspartame, PepsiCo will debut Diet Pepsi free of the sweetener in the U.S. later this year.
Domino's CEO addresses the potential impact of Uber on his business.
Cadbury has invented a new chocolate bar called "Cadbury Dairy Milk Spectacular 7," a limited-edition bar that contains seven kinds of chocolate.
A recent trademark application reveals what could be up the fast food giant's sleeve.
Fine wines may not be everyone’s taste, yet an expert says that it’s still a sector worth investing in – and you don’t have to be super-rich to do so.
Americans waste a staggering $165 billion worth of food every year, costing the average family up to $2,200.
Tom Gearing, owner of Cult Wines, says that with prices having fallen in wine, there's some good opportunities when it comes to investing in fine wine, with Burgundy definitely grabbing attention with its good performance.
For months now, many Chipotle carnitas lovers have been out of luck, but a solution could be on the way, Chipotle co-CEO Steve Ells.