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The collectible car market is showing more signs of slowing after the Amelia Island auction posted $99 million in sales but failed to sell the star of the event.
Members of a group fighting for $15 hourly wages have filed complaints against McDonald's alleging work conditions there are hazardous.
When it comes to generating a positive perception among consumers, this brand is still the beer to beat.
Strategist Louis Navellier tells CNBC Apple's stock could double twice over under the right circumstances, valuing the company at $3 trillion.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Jessica Alba's Honest is setting its sights on the Asian market, especially in China.
Want to turn your car's windscreen into a 3D satellite navigation display? There's an app for that.
According to British magazine "Restaurant," Singapore, a tiny Southeast Asia city-state, is home to two of the world's 50 best restaurants.
Following the footsteps of The Fat Duck and Noma, popular chefs Gordon Ramsey and Jamie Oliver launched their first restaurants in Asia last year.
No matter where you go, food is at the heart of every culture and city. In this episode of "First Class," CNBC's Susan Li speaks to the Gods of Gastronomy.
Inna Leontenkova, managing director at Foodpanda, explains how the company wants to revolutionize food ordering experiences and outlines plans for the money raised from its latest funding.
General Electric has come to the South by Southwest Interactive festival with an ambitious plan: To try and cook up the perfect barbecue.
The only way to get an order of Little Caesar's is to go to the restaurant and get it yourself. And it's going to stay that way.
In the multibillion-dollar business of sneakers, Vans may be considered the little brand that could.
Lumber Liquidators is offering customers a free home air quality kit to test for the presence of formaldehyde, Today reports.
Rosenblatt Securities' Martin Pyykkonen told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" he believes this is the key to the media giant's success.
"We will sell what customers want," Lumber Liquidators founder and Chairman Tom Sullivan tells CNBC.
Aéropostale shares fell 16 percent on Friday, despite posting its first quarterly profit in two years.
Let it go (on)! The Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to make a sequel to the animated mega-hit "Frozen."
Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of the Americas, discuss the official production of Ford's hugely popular F-150.