Food & Beverage

For a limited time, Taco Bell is opening a hotel and resort based around the brand.

Papa John’s founder John Schnatter has solicited financial advisors’ help about selling his stake in the pizza chain, according to an SEC filing.

Coca-Cola isn’t new to coffee, but the global beverage giant is planning on making a big push into the industry this year.

Kraft Heinz CEO Bernardo Hees will step down on June 30, marking the embattled company’s most significant executive shakeup since its formation four years ago.

The statement came in a letter to the National Restaurant Association on Tuesday. Kate Rogers has the details.

McDonald’s is said to have written to the National Restaurant Association that wage increases should be phased in and that all industries should be treated the same way.

McDonald’s announced plans Monday to acquire a tech company — its largest deal in 20 years — as it continues to push its U.S. locations into the digital age.

Sara Eisen sat down with Coca-Cola’s CFO John Murphy to learn about the company’s new strategy for driving global growth.

Prices for lettuce varieties including iceberg and Boston lettuce soared after an outbreak of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce stopped sales of the popular salad green.

ISS is supporting Third Point’s efforts to put five nominees on Campbell’s board. It blamed the soup company’s poor performance on shortcomings in M&A strategy and lack of focus.

Kellogg is restructuring its North American business and looking to sell its Keebler, Famous Amos and fruit snacks businesses to refocus on its core breakfast and frozen foods divisions, the company said Monday.

Patrick Grismer will succeed Starbucks CFO Scott Maw, who is set to retire at the end of November after seven years with the company.

Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill slipped more than 2 percent in premarket trading Monday after Oppenheimer downgraded the stock and said Wall Street is too optimistic about the company’s earnings trajectory.

Shares of Dunkin’ Brands spiked Tuesday as shareholders speculate that the doughnut chain may be a potential target for acquisition.

Campbell Soup has tapped investment bank Goldman Sachs to look at the possibility of selling off some of its businesses to help pay down debt left in the wake of its $6.1 billion acquisition of pretzel maker Snyder’s Lance earlier this year, people familiar with the review tell CNBC.