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Markets switch their focus to U.S. matters Thursday, with fresh reports on July retail sales, business inventories and weekly jobless claims.
India will seek $99M in damages from Nestle after reports of excess lead in the firm's Maggi noodles forced a nationwide recall.
Stocks closed out the past week with losses, and look set for another week of choppiness, as oil moves closer to its 2015 lows.
Venezuelan troops occupied warehouses used by Empresas Polar and Nestle to distribute food and beverages, workers and company officials said.
As brands try to connect with today's connected generation, they're turning to top digital video and social media influencers.
As consumer trends have shifted, Nestle's Paul Bulcke said the company plans to win them back with a simple plan.
Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke, discusses the company's brand strategy, and currency impact to his business.
Discussing opportunities for growth around the world, and nutritional changes to products as food trends develop, with Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke.
Food group Nestle has withdrawn Maggi instant noodles from sale in India citing "an environment of confusion for consumers," after a food scare.
Saudi Arabia, the world's largest crude exporter, could phase out the use of fossil fuels by the middle of this century. The Financial Times reports.
Welcome to KidZania – a theme park-cum-real-world-role-play center equipped with its own banking system and town center built to scale.
Food-tech companies are creating meat and dairy substitutes to meet global food demand. Will consumers have an appetite for these products?
A shut down of operations in California, Nestlé explains on its website, "won't fix the drought," NBC News reports.
As the six-month-long Milan Expo gets under way, we take a look at what it is, how much it cost and why not everyone’s happy about it.
Using demonstrations and campaigns in traditional and social media, consumers are increasingly forcing companies to change their ways.
European markets closed sharply lower on Friday, pressured by Chinese futures and mounting tensions over Greece debt negotiations.
Nestle, the world's leading packaged food maker, reported slightly better-than-expected first-quarter sales on Friday, helped by price increases.
Shareholder payouts by large companies in Europe soared over the last financial year, according to new research from Markit.
The world will run out of fresh water long before it runs out of oil, with the potential for major deficits by 2030, the chairman of Nestle said.
Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, chairman of Nestle, discusses the impact from global food prices hovering near 5-year lows and outlines what could derail its sales forecast for 2015.