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CEO Clarence Otis said Darden would cut costs by $25 million this fiscal year, and that the weak recovery would continue to affect sales.
Since Lehman filed for bankruptcy five years ago, a screen of the S&P 500 reveals that about 20 percent of the index components remain in the red.
“This is an amazing development,” said Cramer. It hasn’t happened for over 10 years.
If Apple is to ever recapture former highs, Cramer says it needs this first and foremost.
McDonald's is now testing a mobile payment application at its Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas, stores, the company said.
Burger King says it will start offering a "French Fry Burger" for a buck, as it looks to fend off McDonald's aggressive push for its Dollar Menu.
Corn futures prices could lose another 10 to 15 percent on the prospect of a record U.S. corn corp.
It looks like the market is stalling, said Cramer. What, if anything, can drive it higher?
With fast-casual restaurants growing at a sprint while fast-food counterparts moving at a slow jog, the latter group is entering the race to open more premium concepts.
In an effort to clean up the image of genetically modified crops, major seed and crop science companies launched GMOAnswers.com to answer questions about so-called GMOs.
Sentiment on the Street suggests restaurant stocks should be avoided. Cramer doesn’t think that’s right.
Earnings season thus far has been steady as she goes: A healthy amount of beats against dramatically lowered expectations, coupled with virtually no sales growth.
Brian Bittner, Oppenheimer & Co., and Bryan Elliott, Raymond James, look at McDonald's earnings miss this morning and discuss the pressure the restaurant business is under from a strained economy.
U.S. consumers have held up remarkably well despite higher payroll taxes, but after investors feasted on restaurant stocks this year the group may start to give investors indigestion.
It's not just Colonel Sanders, the Hamburglar, Spuds Mackenzie and Burger King's mute royal, analysts say there is a broader trend of fast-food chains abandoning their mascots.
Now trading above $400 after sliding to the low $230's, has Chipotle gotten its mojo back?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Fast-food chain KFC is not only tossing out the chicken bones. It's also dropping the quaint image of founder Col. Harland Sanders at its new upmarket restaurant.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke Wednesday spoke to Congress about unwinding policy, and for the first time in a while his "taper talk" didn't make waves in markets.