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Starbucks will use its ubiquitous coffee cups to tell U.S. lawmakers to come up with a deal to avoid going over the "fiscal cliff'' and triggering automatic tax hikes and spending cuts.
As ancient doomsday predictions draw near, hotels and restaurants are launching tongue-in-cheek promotions to profit from the fiery apocalypse forecasts surrounding Dec. 21, one Mayan Calendar's end date.
Jack Bouroudjian, Bull and Bear Partners CEO, explains why good news for the burger restaurant may signal bad news for the U.S. economy.
FMHR traders Pete Najarian and Stephen Weiss debate the trade on McDonald's. Are investors buying what Marissa Mayer is selling at Yahoo? Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel has the play on the tech stock.
Coffee chain Starbucks said it could pay up to 20 million pounds more in tax as it announced plans to change its accounting practises, surrendering to widespread criticism.
If your stocking is drooping a bit more than usual, perhaps it's holding a metal gift card from Starbucks, loaded with $400 of coffee purchasing power.
Rachael Rothman, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst, shares her outlook on the restaurant operator, and explains why she downgraded the stock to "neutral" and maintains a $58 price target.
Fast food workers are lobbying for higher wages and union protection on the east coast. Jonathan Westin, New York Communities for Change, offers insight.
Not having success finding holiday gifts at the mall? You may want to try the food court. Restaurants are trying to whet your appetite for gift cards to dine out, by throwing incentives your way.
Patrick Doyle, President & CEO of Domino's Pizza, discusses his company's plans to expand and create jobs this holiday season.
Coffee chain Starbucks said it was considering changes to its UK tax practices following criticism from lawmakers, tax campaigners and the media.
Following Yum! Brands' soft comps, Pete Najarian, Steve Weiss and Joe Terranova take positions on what to do with the stock.
"As of now we are opening up a restaurant every five days somewhere in the U.S.," said Paul Damico, President of Moe's Southwest Grill, explaining how his company managed to grow comp sales 8.3% ahead of last year.
Organizers claim "hundreds" of fast food workers across New York City walked off the job Thursday, in what experts are calling the first multi-restaurant strike by fast food workers in the US.
How will the fiscal cliff and the new health care laws affect restaurants in Philadelphia? Stephen Starr, Starr Restaurants CEO, provides perspective.
Restaurants experience a boost around the holiday season, with David Burke, chef and restaurateur.
Sirio Maccioni and his family, owners of the legendary New York restaurant Le Cirque for nearly 40 years, are celebrating the family business with the opening of new Italian spot, Sirio's.
George Michel, CEO of Boston Market, projects how much food his company expects to sell tomorrow, and whether it will surpass last year's record-setting sales.
Bob Wright, CEO of Charley's Grilled Subs, explains how his company managed to serve up tasty profits amid fiscal cliff worries.
Speculation can bring excitement to an otherwise dismal market. Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a close look at four restaurant stocks: Bloomin Brands, CHUY's Holdings, Del Friscos and Ignite Restaurant Group.