Considering the uncertainty in the market, there aren’t a lot of stocks that Cramer likes right now. But there are some.
Stocks finished in positive territory Thursday but closed off session highs as lingering worries over Syria put a damper on gains.
You want fries with that? It might not matter Thursday — fast-food workers are planning to strike in protest of their low wages.
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.
Cold cereal is still the top choice for breakfast in America. However, cereal consumption volume has droped 7 percent in the past four years, an analyst says.
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.
Fast-food workers protesting in seven cities are demanding that the federal minimum hourly wage be more than doubled, from $7.25 to $15.
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Organizers warn that thousands of workers in seven cities will walk off their fast-food restaurant jobs this week for the right to unionize and $15 an hour wages.
Wendy's reported a profit that was above expectations and said it is selling 425 restaurants to franchisees, while Domino's Pizza posted a profit that also topped estimates.
Light sales in Europe and Asia dragged on McDonald's earnings and revenue, the fast food giant reported on Monday, as the company fell short of Wall Street's expectations.
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.
For the first time in weeks, Fed officials are keeping a low profile and stocks may be more influenced by a rush of earnings news in the week ahead.
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.
After years of chasing the young and the hip, restaurants are realizing that young people aren't the ones keeping the industry afloat—their parents are. NBC News reports.
As Dunkin' Donuts expands in the fast-casual restaurant segment, it is adding menu items, redesigning its look and adopting some decidedly Starbucks-like elements.
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A Wendy's restaurant in Brandon, Manitoba, was told by the chain's headquarters to stop selling the T-Rex burger, a nine-patty monster that was served up for nearly a decade.