Jim Cramer explains what to listen for from the Oracle of Omaha next week, and key earnings on his radar.
Having your spokesperson win a Super Bowl does wonders for sales growth, but lapping those numbers can get a bit tricky.
Jim Cramer eyes a speculative defense stock that’s been on fire since Election Day.
Jim Cramer explains how the new stay at home economy is negatively impacting bricks and mortar.
Domino's said it's launching a wedding registry for couples who want something less traditional than fine china and a fancy blender.
Yum Brands delivered fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations but were just shy on revenue.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including newly-confirmed Betsy Devos addressing employees at the U.S. Department of Education.
Shares of Domino's have been rising in tandem with Netflix. Chris O'Cull, KeyBanc Capital Markets, weighs in.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Domino’s Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle speaks to CNBC's Sara Eisen about his company's stock run and 2017 outlook, banking on growth and employment under President-elect Donald Trump.
Wingstop has partnered with Amazon to make ordering food from the chain a bit easier.
From burgers to pizza, consumers are going to be paying more for meals in 2017, thanks to minimum wage increases.
Pizza Hut is offering a new promotion to entice diners to place digital orders.
The restaurant industry may have hit a rough patch in 2016, but things could be looking up in 2017.
Jim Cramer detailed the most reliable way to determine if the market’s move is legitimate.
If the weather stays frigid, a few names could see substantial outperformance. This might be the best way to play them.
McDonald's said Thursday that it will be testing delivery services in select stores in Florida.
The "Fast Money" traders shares their "polar vortex winning" stocks, following Guy Adami's weather report.
The fast-food chain said comparable-store sales grew 0.5 percent during the quarter, below estimates for growth of about 1.6 percent.
The Fast money traders discuss the fast food sector.