July 17 is World Emoji Day. We take a look at how the little icons have taken over media and even business communication.
The 2017 U.S. Women's Open is at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, this weekend.
McDonald's is making fast food faster by building an app, expanding delivery, and creating digital ordering kiosks in restaurants.
Starbucks taps Lucy Helm as chief partner officer to try to smooth things over with its baristas.
Jim Cramer may have an unhealthy obsession with this stock, but at this price, maybe you should too.
Jim Cramer flies through his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including two steel players.
Washington's governor says amid a trade war led by the nation's capital, there's a simple reality: 95 percent of consumers live outside US.
Vivien Azer, senior research analyst at Cowen, and Nik Modi, managing director at RBC Capital Markets, discuss how to play soda stocks.
While Starbucks' has been serving up whimsical drinks, its Roastery and Reserve Bars are catering to a very different audience.
Starbucks shares have fallen nearly 10 percent in the past month, but one top technician says the coffee chain is poised for a breakout.
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching next week.
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If the current budget proposal passes, it could be devastating to millions of families. Companies need to step in to help, says Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson.
The BBC's Watchdog program found that ice from Starbucks, Costa Coffee and Caffe Nero had been contaminated with fecal bacteria.
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Let's do lunch! Starbucks CFO Scott Maw says the coffee giant is looking to grow its food sales, particularly those at the midday meal.
Scott Maw, Starbucks CFO talks about shareholder returns since the company made its IPO and the biggest initiatives driving the brand forward.
KeyBanc Capital Markets labeled Starbucks "overweight." It expects the coffee company's stock to rise to $68 by next year.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The morning coffee rush may be smooth sailing for Dunkin' Donuts, but when it comes to selling cups of Joe later in the day, the chain is struggling.