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The study adds to a growing body of research suggesting that sugary drinks can cause people to gain weight and possibly lead to a slew of health conditions, including obesity, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Maryland is a step closer to becoming the first state to ban foam containers.
Irish whiskey has found a thriving market in the U.S. as the industry capitalizes on beer's decline and millennials' appetite for higher quality alcohol.
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Constellation Brands is in advanced talks to sell its some of its low-end wine brands to E. & J. Gallo Winery, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
British pubs group JD Wetherspoon posted an 18.9 percent fall in first-half pretax profit on Friday.
Casino vowed to boost profits and cash flow in its core French market and said it would dispose of additional assets under a 3-year strategy plan.
Jim Cramer reveals why he hasn't given up on Boeing despite its woes.
Kind, the maker of the popular nut bars, filed a petition Wednesday asking the FDA to change how it regulates claims on food labels.
Kraft Heinz has hired Royal Bank of Canada to review options for its Breakstone's sour cream and cottage cheese business, which could include a sale, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
MillerCoors points to Bud Light's falling sales since its Super Bowl ad calling out Miller's and Coors' use of corn syrup in their lite beer.
Coffee giant Starbucks will start offering oat milk at five of its Reserve locations, another sign that the dairy-free milk could be here to stay.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Costco has an advantage Kroger is vulnerable as Amazon explores a new supermarket concept.
Asked about how he would market himself as a presidential candidate Schultz said: "I have not officially said that I am running for president. If you were going to give me credit, you'd have to say that I know a little bit about building a brand."
Walmart, the biggest retailer in the world, will be at SXSW in Austin this year, selling itself as a tech company.
The bonuses average about $225 per Walmart associate.