Candian singer Michael Bublé has no doubt the music and entertainment industry will return — when it’s safe.
Here's how a Super Bowl LIII Commercial turned into a major opportunity for singer Michael Bublé.
The top rated French chef & restauranteur is transforming his business to make it through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Girl Scouts are turning to Grubhub (GRUB) to help deliver cookies and help drive the iconic group toward the future.
On Tuesday, Starbucks announced the addition of a non-dairy option, Honey Almondmilk Cold Brew and a vegetarian option, Kale and Portabella Mushroom Sous Vide Egg Bites.
After a year of at-home cocktails, virtual happy hours and a surge in drinking wrought by the COVID-19 crisis, January may be the perfect time to “dry” out.
Alcohol ecommerce sales see a major boom in 2020 and it may continue into 2021, according to Pernod Ricard North America CEO Ann Mukherjee.
Whether it was cookies, chips, or ice cream, consumers set new eating standards during a year defined by COVID-19.
Fast Food giants like McDonald's, Starbucks and Restaurant Brands International look to delivery and drive-thru as foot traffic inside restaurants sees a major decline.
Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods and Oatly experienced an explosive year in 2020 as the alternative food market continues to boom amid COVID-19.
Charcuterie is sweeping social media and (smaller) family gatherings this holiday season.
Americans’ shopping habits may be changed for good, and that has broad implications for consumers and a clutch of companies.
Brands are realizing that direct engagement on TikTok is necessary to winning over the next generation.
As the pandemic has Americans snacking more than ever, Frito-Lay is offering personalized snack packs.
Starbucks CEO says the company 'will further elevate plant-based beverage and food options that resonate with our customers' for its hot and cold beverage platform.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas is ringing in the holidays with a new opportunity and limited-edition holiday box at Anheuser-Busch.
Here's how Cinnabon, a brand known to be in malls and rest stops on-the-go, transitioned during the coronavirus pandemic.
While tele-working technology is a “gift” to help the professional class stay productive, the burnout is real, according to one expert.