Brewers let their creativity percolate this weekend, competing on signature beverages and technical skills.
By building a brand around tank tops and short shorts, Star Shine NYC's owners are reveling in a revealing business trend.
Although the chain wants one-fifth of its combo meals to meet the government's nutritional guidelines, it won't be until 2020.
A Texas restaurateur has trademarked the term, hoping to stake a claim on a booming industry.
The company is closing 80 stores and rebranding nearly 90 others in an apparent attempt to separate itself from industry giant Starbucks.
Yum Brands thinks the move will bring young folks flocking back to fried chicken, but the popularity of wings and other poultry offerings suggest bones aren't the issue.
People aren't recommending the fast-food chain like they used to, analysts say.
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