McDonald's, Walmart, Tesla and SodaStream need help in 2015. Here's what their new year's resolutions should say.
Ground beef prices keep rising, leaving McDonald's with two tough choices: betraying its value message and raising prices.
McDonald's is planning major changes in the U.S., including an expansion of a test that lets people build their own burgers by tapping on a touchscreen.
McDonald's is recalling 2.5 million Happy Meal toys - Hello Kitty whistles - given away at its North American restaurants due to a potential choking hazard.
A gourmet Create Your Taste burger and automated ordering could invigorate a struggling McDonald's.
With McDonald's in its worst sales slump in 10 years, franchise owners really want new items to lure customers. What they have are Monopoly and the McRib.
Psyched about playing Monopoly at McDonald's? We're not surprised: Your chances of winning something are pretty high. (And that's really the point.)
Burger King has drawn attention in Japan by offering a burger with a black bun, black cheese and black sauce. So McDonald's followed suit.
McDonald's is testing a secret weapon that could help it raise wages. But a tablet that automates ordering could also eliminate a lot of McJobs.
Lots of firms are turning recycled material into new goods, but in some places around the world, a few companies are letting you pay with bottles and cans.
Smashing avocados isn't enough to get McDonald's back on track. Remember Angus beef, white cheddar and iced caramel mocha?
From Sept. 16-29, McDonald's is giving away small coffees to its morning customers to promote its brew, and to tout its entry into the home coffee market.
Investors applauded Burger King for buying Tim Hortons, but McDonald's is in trouble in Russia. And sales are down at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Burger King's Satisfries is the latest healthier item that didn't work out. Remember the McLean Deluxe, McShaker salad and Taco Bell's Border Lights menu?
McDonald's wants to sell its coffee in grocery stores, and Hertz is having problems on multiple fronts -- revenue, restructuring and a new investor.
Taco Bell is promoting a new line of 11 items for a buck, once again striking at the turf dominated by McDonald's.
McDonald's is struggling in sales and reputation, but smaller rival Jack in the Box is rolling, as is its Mexican subsidiary, Qdoba
American tastes are changing, and so is fast food. McDonald's may still be the leader in a new analysis for 2020, but who is closing the gap?
Investors should consider where all those millennials like to spend money, and a new survey tracks the preferences of this important demographic.
McDonald's and KFC in China faced a new food safety scare Monday after a Shanghai television station reported a supplier sold them expired beef and chicken.
A Consumer Reports survey ranked Taco Bell dead last for burritos, and it'll need more than Waffle Tacos and Quesaritos to get out of the cellar.
McDonald's continues to face image-denting protests from its minimum-wage workers, but its tougher sales problem is with a menu that's not always fast food.
Subway will install Keurig brewers at all its sandwich shops, and a credit card data theft has been linked to P.F. Chang's.