McDonald's announces it is testing a new, preservative-free, buttermilk chicken tender in North Carolina.
Jim Cramer set the record straight on how to view the White House and your money.
Jim Cramer spoke with Patrick Doyle, who shared how the heck Domino's cooked up double-digit sales.
Taco Bell may be ditching its Naked Chicken Chalupa, but it's got a few other items poised to take its place.
Just in time for March Madness, Pizza Hut has come up with a way for some lucky fans to order with their sneakers.
Domino's Pizza posted the highest domestic same-store sales growth of the top 25 U.S. restaurant chains, but fell short of international estimates.
A handful of companies have one fiscal quarter that is 33 percent longer than the rest ... but why?
Starting this summer, you and your loved one can tie the knot at Taco Bell's flagship Cantina restaurant in Las Vegas.
Yum Brands delivered fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations but were just shy on revenue.
Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed discusses the company's quarterly earnings and his outlook for the various restaurant brands.
The restaurant hires Stephanie Perdue as chief marketing officer and Jerry Comstock as president and chief operating officer.
Hooters will soon launch a fast-casual concept called Hoots, A Hooters Joint (yep), serving a "greatest hits" version of the Hooters menu, Eater reports.
Both birth-parents and their partners qualify for fully paid leave, Eater reports.
Pizza Hut says the hiring is part of a plan to expand the number of U.S. stores to 8,500 over the next few years.
Taco Bell isn't just growing financially, the company is slated to add 100,000 new jobs by 2020.
Brian Nicol, Taco Bell CEO, discusses how he will create 1.6 million new jobs, President-elect Donald Trump and the new Naked Chicken Chalupa.
The restaurant industry struggled with weak sales and traffic throughout 2016, but December had the worst same-store sales growth of the year.
Pizza Hut is offering a new promotion to entice diners to place digital orders.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on the "12 Companies of Christmas," including three unexpected Christmas-dependent stocks.
A handful of companies consistently rely on their holiday quarters for at least 30 percent of their annual sales.