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Yum Brands is hoping that a $130 million investment will bring struggling Pizza Hut back into the fold.
A slew of consumer packaged goods companies, including Kellogg and Kraft Heinz, are set to report earnings this week.
McDonald’s new Signature Crafted Recipes sandwiches are so packed with toppings that you’re going to need a special, new utensil — the Frork.
For the second quarter in a row, Starbucks’ same-store sales failed to meet Wall Street expectations, but company execs say the worst could be over.
The battle between Buffalo Wild Wings and Marcato Capital Management continues.
Activist investor Marcato Capital fires its latest salvo against Buffalo Wild Wings, calling for CEO Sally Smith’s removal.
3G Capital is considering a rival bid for the fast-casual Panera chain, the New York Post reports.
On Tuesday, Starbucks announced it will now offer select gluten-free food options in its U.S. stores.
A tweet was posted to McDonald’s social media feed that criticized President Trump.
Restaurant Brands International on Tuesday announced plans to acquire Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in a deal the companies valued at $1.8 billion.
Shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen fell more than 6 percent on Tuesday after the company hit its all-time high Monday.
A lackluster earnings report on Thursday sent Starbucks shares down more than 4 percent in premarket trading on Friday.
McDonald’s turnaround efforts started to show results, especially in markets outside the U.S.
It’s official. Panera Bread is now 100 percent clean.
Chipotle shares ticked higher in premarket trading Tuesday, reversing an earlier decline of roughly 4 percent.