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Alan Clarke, CEO of SABMiller, comments on full-year earnings and says that most markets are growing except the U.S. core market which remains under pressure.
N.J. officials have seized inventory and demanded records from 29 bars and restaurants that allegedly sold cheap liquor to patrons who thought they were buying premium brands.
Corn futures skidded to multi-week lows on reports that U.S. farmers are catching up with crop plantings.
Workers demanding a minimum wage increase have staged walkouts across the country, saying they can't survive on the money they make. Can they get anything done?
CNBC has been ranking all 50 states for competitiveness since 2007. This year's report comes as states continue to get back in fighting shape—fighting for jobs, that is.
Rival online takeout services Seamless North America and GrubHub will combine and create a company covering more than 20,000 restaurants in 500 U.S. cities.
Star Trek is licensing its first official alcoholic beverage, Dogfish Head Brewery and the Grateful Dead team up for a brew.
Hoping to increase sales and traffic in their restaurants, fast-food and fast-casual operators are upping the menu innovation to produce items that stray from the gastronomic norm.
Parents might not recognize E. Robert Kinney by name, but they owe him a debt of gratitude for popularizing what might be the only kind of fish their kids will eat.
The food supply is under siege from a blitz of man-made hazards, from arsenic-laced chicken to dying bee colonies, and some favorites may someday vanish from the plate.
CNBC's annual rankings of America’s Top States for Business generate plenty of conversation every year, but this note concerning Texas’s third year at the top definitely caught our eye.
Montana landed right in the middle of the pack in CNBC’s “America’s Top States for Business” at #24. Here’s why: Montana is both the best of states and the worst of states for doing business.
In the new economy, remote access and quality of life will be king, and for that, Florida is a very unique option. Where else in the country can you find all that Florida has to offer — climate, ocean, airports, hotels, housing, healthcare and infrastructure
In this video Florida Governor Rick Scott reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Florida tweet your vote to #TopStatesFL.
In this video Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Utah tweet your vote to #TopStateUT.
In this video Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker reveals why he thinks his state is a top state for business. To vote for Wisconsin tweet your vote to #TopStatesWI
The Romney campaign is touting Mitt Romney's “record of success” as governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 as a reason to elect him president, but CNBC's Top States for Business tells a more nuanced story about his record.
For Cost of Living, Southern states offer the best bang for your buck in CNBC’s Top States for Business 2011 study.
Wisconsin has implemented long-term reforms to ensure the delivery of vital services, and invested in things like infrastructure, technology and education, says Gov. Scott Walker, but business needs more measures to create stability and drive growth.
There were a number of reasons we left Ohio, but the two biggest were that hiring was difficult and the taxes were absurdly high, says Clint Greenleaf, CEO of Greenleaf Book Group and CNBC-YPO Chief Executive Network Member
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.