KFC's re-colonelization of its brand has led to the $2 million revamp of one its most famous locations: The Big Chicken in Marietta, GA.
Starbucks' payment system was reportedly down and baristas were unable to complete transactions, according to Twitter users.
The "Halftime Report" traders take investors through some of the day's biggest movers.
Deutsche Bank raises its rating on Starbucks shares to buy from hold, predicting improving sales growth.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The April dip followed a report that showed that ads for well-known companies were running next to neo-Nazi and jihadist content on YouTube.
Bob Iger may have caught the presidential bug, according to a report from Axios Friday.
Disney's Bob Iger is reportedly getting encouraged to run, after rumors swirled about Mark Zuckerberg and others.
A Brooklyn cafe that created a "Unicorn Latte" is accusing Starbucks of "overshadowing" its drink with the sugary Unicorn Frappuccino in a new lawsuit.
You can now earn Starbucks Rewards stars for buying your K-cups and ready-to-drink coffees at the supermarket.
The Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino is Starbucks' latest addition to its line-up of indulgent blended beverages.
Chipotle Mexican Grill's newest education initiative hopes to get its employees a business degree in just 18 months.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to a tidal wave of earnings and seeks out buying opportunities.
Bob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group senior research analyst, discusses Starbucks' quarterly earnings and where the coffee giant may go from here.
Starbucks stocks to perk up?
Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and CEO Kevin Johnson shares their views in an exclusive interview Friday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
It seems retailers aren't the only ones feeling the pressure from slowing mall foot traffic.
Marijuana assets are cheap. Now is the time to invest, says Chris Leavy.
Howard Schultz, Starbucks executive chairman, says Teavana will be part of the mall problem but Starbucks is insulated from that.
Kevin Johnson, Starbucks president and CEO, talks about the company's quarterly results and its ability to grow sales and enhance its mobile payments program.