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Want to pay minimum wage? Might as well hang up an "Out of Business" sign in this energy-rich pocket of the U.S.
Velveeta, a processed cheese, is getting yanked off the shelves in 12 states for not having enough preservatives.
What does former U.S. General and NATO Commander Wesley Clark have to do with a money-losing food truck? More than you think...
Starbucks unveiled an employee scholarship partnership with Arizona State, but the company won't be contributing as much as it implied.
New apps are offering to get you a table at popular restaurants—for a price. But diners may find there are better deals in play.
From pork to duck(?!) bacon, there seems to be no stopping America's love affair with the salty meat—not even rising prices.
June 19- Kroger Co, the biggest U.S. supermarket operator, raised its forecast for full-year adjusted profit and same-store sales growth, helped by its acquisition of grocer Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc.. Kroger raised its adjusted profit forecast to $3.19- $3.27 per share for fiscal 2014 from $3.14- $3.25 per share.
African drinkers are after beer "quality" over price, Heineken's boss for the region told CNBC, as the drinks giant eyes the booming market.
Siep Hiemstra, president for Africa and the Middle East at Heineken, discusses the group's strategy in Africa and its 20 years of operating and investing in the region.
WASHINGTON, June 18- U.S. senators heavily criticized the marketing practices of e-cigarette companies on Wednesday, saying their use of glamorous models, celebrities and cartoon characters attracts children and risks creating a new generation of nicotine addicts at a time when traditional smoking rates are declining.
The American Homebrewers Association said voters named Russian River Brewing Co.'s Pliny the Elder as the "Best Commercial Beer in America" for the sixth year in a row.
Starbucks is launching a line of carbonated drinks called Fizzio, complete with natural flavors and varying levels of fizz.
CNBC's Jim Cramer gives his call on the "only really legitimate marijuana stock" in the market and a food company.
US Agriculture Secretary is confident an approved vaccine would help fight a deadly virus that has killed millions of pigs.
A study of the U.S. burger business has shown which state holds the biggest portion of the segment. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
BAYREUTH, Germany, June 18- It takes a British American Tobacco factory machine three minutes to load 4 million cigarettes onto a truck in northern Bavaria- but it can take a lot longer to figure out whether those cigarettes end up where they should.
MEXICO CITY, June 17- Coffee farmers in Mexico and Central America should see output rise by at least 10 percent next season as the mostly arabica growing region begins to recover from a devastating fungal outbreak, the top regional coffee buyer for Starbucks Corp said on Tuesday.
Impatience has a price. Professional line sitter Robert Samuel pegs it at $25 for the first hour and $10 for each additional half hour.
Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza president & CEO, discusses the company's investment in its new "Dom" app that enables users to order a pizza through voice recognition. Doyle says "voice" is going to be the primary interface in 5 or 10 years to interact with technology.
ST PETERSBURG, Russia, June 17- Denmark's Carlsberg will keep its breweries in Russia running even though most are operating at reduced capacity, despite other brewers closing plants as Western sanctions over Ukraine hamper an already faltering economy.
The rise in borrowers falling behind on auto loans will renew concerns the auto industry is creating a bubble for subprime loans.
Kroger, the largest U.S. supermarket operator, is the latest high-profile company caught in the battle over gun rights and gun control in the U.S.
Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company analyst, breaks down Lowe's earnings and compares its results to Home Depot. It a positive Lowe's is not changing its outlook, says Nagel.