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The move toward a $15 minimum wage is gaining steam, with 21 states raising minimum wages in 2019 and more increases on the way in 2020.
A decade ago, ordering in for dinner often meant choosing between pizza and General Tso’s chicken that may or may not show up lukewarm at the doorstep. The rise in online food delivery has changed that.
So far, holiday shoppers have spent $81.5 billion online between Nov. 1 and Dec. 2, according to Adobe.
Chick-Fil-A said on Monday that it has stopped funding two Christian charities after coming under fire in recent weeks from LGBTQ activists.
Under Armour borrowed business from future quarters to hide slowing demand in 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Dean Foods on Tuesday announced that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
McDonald’s is garnering praise after deciding to fire its chief executive for having a relationship with an employee.
But the decision is reigniting scrutiny of the company’s handling of sexual harassment incidents that involve restaurant workers.
Coca-Cola on Thursday unveiled a new sparkling water line, its first new brand in more than a decade.
Shares of McDonald’s fell Monday, after the fast-food giant announced it has fired CEO Steve Easterbrook for having a relationship with an employee.
The next Outback Steakhouse you walk into could be more similar to an Amazon Go store than you would think.
Taco Bell recalled 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef after a customer discovered a metal shaving in an order.
Nearly all of the National Basketball Association’s Chinese partners have publicly announced that they are ending or suspending their relationships with the league.
Recession fears have been dragging down the markets, but PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston says the consumer is still healthy.
Beyond Meat’s rival Impossible Foods will make its long-awaited grocery store debut Friday, in California.
Leaders of 145 companies wrote a letter to the Senate Thursday, urging the governmental body to take action on gun safety.