Macy’s will stop selling fur and also announced that it will also stop selling it at its Bloomingdale’s stores.
After debuting its jet-black “Halloween Whopper” and green-tinted “Nightmare King" burger over the last few years, Burger King is finally ready to make a sandwich with pasty white buns.
Frato's Pizza looks like a typical family restaurant, with its black-and-white checkered floor and red chairs. But in the kitchen, the cooks are whipping up dishes for four other restaurants at the same time.
The first Chick-fil-A in the United Kingdom announced it would be shutting down in six months, just days after the popular American fast-food chain made its debut in the country, amid pressures from gay rights activists protesting the chain for contributing millions of dollars to anti-LGBTQ groups.
Kellogg’s created a limited-edition box featuring six of its most popular cereals called “All Together Cereal.”
A Google affiliate is using drones to deliver customers' Walgreens purchases in a test being run in a Virginia town
The bat used by Babe Ruth to slug his 500th career home run in 1929 is going up for auction, nearly 75 years after he gave it to a friend whose family has kept it ever since.
Anheuser-Busch is suing MillerCoors over its confidential recipes for Bud Light and Michelob Ultra.
A couple in New Jersey was so unhappy when they said they were charged $12.99 for a pair of Chalupa Cravings Boxes at Taco Bell they saw advertised for $5 each on TV, they decided to take their complaint to federal court and sue the company for deceptive advertising, according to reports.
Luxury goods chain Barneys, which has been in business since 1923, may be closing stores.
Two customers filed a lawsuit against East Coast grocery chain Wegmans, claiming the company’s brand of vanilla ice cream does not actually contain any vanilla.
The Federal Communications Commission, along a party-line vote, has approved the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Chipotle has expanded its tuition reimbursement program to provide all of its employees the chance at a college degree.
Gamblers wagered a record-breaking $445 million on sports in New Jersey in September, the largest monthly total in the state since legal sports betting began.
More than 2,000 phone booths were taken out of service in WeWork locations across the U.S. and Canada over formaldehyde concerns.
The giant Mexican food chain announced on Tuesday that it will give all eligible employees the ability to get a degree from an accredited university -- without incurring debt.
The chicken-centric chain is testing the Mocha Cream Cold Brew, Mango Passion Tea Lemonade and Blackberry Blossom Tea Lemonade in select markets.
The U.S.’s unemployment rate is currently the lowest it’s been since 1969 at just 3.5 percent, and because of that, employers have to consider everything when it comes to reaching out to younger generations to find new employees. Where a phone call or an email might have been enough ten years ago, now recruiters are harnessing the power of text messages.
It's a job-seeker's market out there these days, but with Millennials and Generation Z making up the majority of people looking for work, businesses have to embrace new methods to get in contact with job candidates.
The United States is suspending a tariff hike on $250 billion in Chinese imports that was set to take effect Tuesday, and China agreed to buy $40 billion to $50 billion in U.S. farm products as the world's two biggest economies reached a cease-fire in their 15-month trade war.