Not long ago, emerging markets were seen as economic stars. Now, they pose risks that could hit the bottom line of some multinationals.
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.
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.
Taco Bell has already sold 600 million of its Doritos-flavored shells in 18 months and will add a new flavor Aug. 22: "Fiery."
Stocks finished higher Tuesday, rebounding after Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart downplayed the notion that the central bank would begin winding down its bond-buying program at its September meeting.
New scrutiny of Herbalife over quality-control issues doesn't change much, Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital says.
Wall Street expectations jumped the gun on Yum Brands, but as share prices dipped on disappointing July sales in China, now's the time to buy the stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Strong data supports the idea that a taper of bond purchases by the Fed is more likely than not. Those who believe that the Fed will wait are now a minority.
After reporting earnings that disappointed the street, Yum Brands is a stock that Cramer is buying for his charitable trust Tuesday.
U.S. stock index futures shaved some gains Tuesday, after retail sales came in just shy of expectations, though positive news from overseas kept a limit on losses.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Americans are going to fast-food restaurants less frequently, according to a new Gallup poll. Nicole Miller of Piper Jaffray and Rachael Rothman at Susquehanna Financial Group explore how this will affect sales and investors.
Icky Monday, icky market. So go the dog days. Anyway, here's what we're reading.
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.
As more people around the world achieve the middle class, they can't seem to get enough of U.S. fast food—just as Americans are looking to avoid that diet.
Taco Bell is expanding a test of its waffle taco. The new food item includes scrambled eggs, sausage and a side of syrup, reports CNBC's Becky Quick with all the details.
Taco Bell says it's expanding its small test of waffle tacos, as it prepares to take its breakfast menu national sometime next year.
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.
A few stocks could hold significant opportunity on a pullback, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.