Jim Cramer breaks down why cloud-based enterprise software stocks are still red-hot despite Red Hat’s disappointing guidance. » Read More
By: Doug Stanglin
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara was charged with fraud and breach of trust involving alleged misuse of public funds to pay for hundreds of gourmet meals, USA Today reports. » Read More
New diet-based approaches to diabetes prevention and treatment include fresh-food prescriptions and ketogenic diets rather than drugs alone. Spending on drugs reached $53 billion last year, with mixed results. » Read More
By: Lauren Hirsch
General Mills and GoodBelly will work together to expand beyond juices into new types of products. » Read More
The benefits include huge discounts on certain seafood and produce as well as a broad 10 percent discount on hundreds of items.
Jim Cramer explains how the mainstream media is causing buyers to crowd into smaller cap domestic stocks.
"This is a symbolic target on American culture because bourbon is so intertwined with who we are," a whiskey collector tells CNBC.
Pabst Brewing is suing MillerCoors over their decades-old brewing agreement.
This summer, diners are craving spicy alcoholic drinks, savory mocktails and gut-friendly beverages packed with turmeric and ginger.
Spyce's fast-casual restaurants are robot-operated, with culinary direction from vaunted chef Daniel Boulud.
A Depression-era program could help farmers in trade war but still won't make them "whole," says Dan Glickman, who served as agriculture secretary in the Clinton administration.
Climate change could alter the nutritional value of rice, a culinary staple for more than 3 billion people around the world, a University of Washington professor writes in The Conversation.
A liquor publication ranked the best supermarket scotch whiskeys and the winner was ... discount liquor chain Aldi. Alas, the scotch isn't available (yet) in the U.S., USA Today reports.
Essentia is part of the so-called functional water trend, promising special health benefits.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey said he has spoken "truth to power" when necessary and Amazon has "backed off."
Chef'd will sell its meal kits at the New York area stores in partnership with Smithfield Foods.
Fellow fast-food chains and celebrities couldn't help themselves, taking to Twitter to throw some shade on IHOP for its decision to temporarily rename itself IHOb to promote its burgers, USA Today reports.
Food trucks are a $960 million business and are projected to hit $1.1 billion in 2022, but growth in the food truck industry is slowing. USA Today reports.
IHOP changes its name to promote new burgers and drive afternoon traffic in its restaurants, says analyst.