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Shareholders in Seattle discuss their thoughts on airing out a touchy subject like race while serving up coffee.
Coffee giant Starbucks announced a 2 for 1 stock split on Wednesday, its first split in nearly a decade.
Kraft foods on Tuesday said it would recall some 242,000 boxes of its macaroni & cheese dinners because they could contain pieces of metal.
While Smashburger may consider going public "at some point," right now it has big plans to grow, CEO Scott Crane told CNBC.
Here is what you need to know about the supermarket's raw walnut recall.
'They're entering almost a war zone where you have to be careful,' said one brand consultant.
Young Americans are drinking tea, with its total wholesale value grown five times since 1990, Financial Times reports.
According to the Brewers Association, craft brewers reached 11 percent volume share in 2014.
Burger King executives are handing off some important menu decision making powers to an unlikely source: a chicken named Gloria.
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The world's most persecuted fruit can be found in Indonesia, the Global Post reports.
McDonald's is trying to figure out how to cultivate the affection of millenials at SXSW where it is an official sponsor.
Members of a group fighting for $15 hourly wages have filed complaints against McDonald's alleging work conditions there are hazardous.
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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.
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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.
Federal prosecutors think G.M. is criminally liable for its ignition problems, the New York Times reports.
A confluence of economic factors are setting the scene for a strong Memorial Day Weekend in the auto industry.
Worker pay is taking center stage as protesters push for $15-an-hour minimum wage. USA Today looks at how top executives compare.