A second beer maker has withdrawn its sponsorship of an annual St. Patrick's Day parade because of its refusal to allow gay and lesbians to march.» Read More
Some customers notice when they get less yogurt for the same price.
Discussing whether foods DETAILColin O'Neil, The Center For Food Safety, and Mark Connelly, CLSA analyst.
James White, Chairman, President & CEO of Jamba Juice, talks about his company's initiative to provide healthier food options for consumers and expand globally.
General Mills said it has stopped using genetically modified ingredients in its Cheerios as the U.S. branded foods manufacturer hopes the move will firm up customer loyalty.
Avtar Sandhu, Senior Manager, Commodities at Phillip Futures, explains why he thinks the most bullish commodity for 2014 is cocoa.
One Seattle-area woman just gave the phrase "Starbucks junkie" a whole new meaning.
Applebee's will charge $375 per person to dine on New Years Eve, which includes a buffet dinner, open bar and more. Apple-Metro Chairman & CEO Zane Tankel provides insight.
Leftoverswap.com is a new smartphone app that enables users to share leftover food. Its co-founder Dan Newman, provides insight. "A little under 8,000 people have downloaded the app so far," he says.
Dec 31- Revlon Inc said it would exit China, where sales of its cosmetics have been falling, and cut more than 1,000 jobs as part of a restructuring designed to save about $11 million a year. Revlon, owner of the Almay cosmetics brand and Sinful Colors nail polish, said in a filing that its Chinese operations accounted for about 2 percent of total net sales.
It's Shark Week on cable TV and with all the amazing shark facts we've learned, it's made us realize how much sharks and bankers are alike. Here's the top 10 list.
Hardee's and Carl's Jr. are expanding rapidly abroad due to higher potential outside the U.S., CKE Restaurants' CEO said.
India has approved a $110 million investment plan by Tesco, paving the way for the British retailer to venture into Asia's third-largest economy.
If you're in NYC to watch the ball drop, there's a way to stay warm. Chain restaurants are charging big bucks to eat at their Times Square locations.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the practice of automatically tipping larger parties is being phased out by many restaurants chains across the county due to new IRS rules.
Bricks-and-mortar stores lose out as e-commerce grows, but most retailers have now supplemented their shops with online businesses, the FT reports.
Dec 27- Private equity firm Brynwood Partners said it will sell its stake in DeMet's Candy Company, the U.S. maker of Flipz chocolate pretzels and Turtles covered nut clusters, to Turkey's Yildiz Holdings for $221 million.
LJUBLJANA, Dec 26- A decade ago, with Slovenia cruising towards membership of the European Union, a local brewery called Union caught the eye of Belgian beer giant Interbrew. Union and its larger rival, Lasko, are national treasures in Slovenia, a question of allegiance that divides beer drinkers the same way soccer splits Manchester between City and United.
"We are temporarily performing some maintenance," McD's says about its employee resources website following an unauthorized critique of fast food.
Economic woes in champagne's home market of France took the fizz out of global sales for the second year in a row in 2013 between 3 and 4 percent.
A recent outbreak of food poisoning has led to calls for tougher inspection measures even as the government begins reforming food safety rules.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. St. Patrick's Day is Monday and spring arrives Thursday. The NCAAs begin this week and the Fed meets.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports how the California drought is causing problems for Napa vineyards and shows new technologies being employed to fight drought.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.