BMO Capital Markets initiates coverage on McDonald's with an outperform rating. » Read More
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Marcato Capital Management doubles down on its assertion that Buffalo Wild Wings has "outstripped the capabilities" of CEO Sally Smith. » Read More
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While Ikea has not yet released details on independent eateries, it's something the Swedish company is looking into, a spokesperson has confirmed.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss McDonald's stock after the company was upgraded by twice this week.
Investor sentiment for Buffalo Wild Wings is disconnected from the fundamentals, analyst says.
Subway has launched a Messanger bot so that customers can order a sandwich on Facebook.
Starbucks is kicking off Frappuccino season with a sweet and tart Unicorn Frappuccino.
McDonald's marketing campaign started last week and features actress Mindy Kaling sporting a yellow dress against a red backdrop.
Bernstein raises its rating on McDonald's to outperform from market perform.
Chipotle is bumping its prices up about 5 percent, according to company spokesman Chris Arnold.
Wells Fargo believes McDonald's will benefit from a digital ordering "first-mover advantage."
Rising consumer spending in China has boosted retail sales, but it is the country's new infrastructure that is giving businesses the opportunity to expand.
Violations included dangerous raw fish and meats stored in broken coolers, BuzzFeed News reports.
Burger King is launching full-fledged marketing blitz based on triggering voice-activated Google devices.
It’s not just about video games — it’s about the atmosphere, Eater reports.
Private equity giant 3G Capital is not looking to outbid JAB Holdings for Panera Bread, sources told CNBC on Tuesday.
AMC is using dinner to younger audiences and stay relevant in the streaming age of HBO Go, Netflix and Amazon Prime, N.Y. Times reports.
The restaurant industry could be headed for an even greater funk this year, as more consumers opt to save their money rather than dine out.
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