It's been a really bad year for salad eaters.
Amazon joins eBay as a destination for random, dopey consumerism — especially of food.
We've come to the end of the road. Still I can't let go.
The US Supreme Court decided that retailers can't encourage customers to use cards other than American Express, even though its fees are higher.
A year after Uber added a tipping feature to the app, people remain confused.
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A new plant-based additive sprayed onto avocados will help prevent them having the lifespan of a mayfly.
The US's food regulators will evaluate new "cultured" meat products, which have quickly attracted both attention and investment.
Life, uh, finds a way.
It's 2018 and we're experiencing "a historically long stretch of job growth."
A few thousand more McDonald's restaurants will have self-order kiosks by the end of the year.
Speculation about Schultz's political ambitions quickly spread on Twitter.
Starbucks will close 8,000 US stores starting at 2 p.m. today to address racial bias after last month's arrest of two black men who were waiting for a business meeting.
Convenience food just got a facelift.
Burrito chain executives say they will "embrace innovation." Just don't expect breakfast anytime soon.
A court has ordered Vulto Creamery to stop production of its cheeses after a listeria outbreak last year sickened eight people, including two who died.
Chick-fil-A is on track to become the US's third-largest fast-food restaurant in the next few years.
Bugs, mold, phantom houses, and clowns — grisly tales from travelers who decided to skip the hotels to stay in someone else's home.