Best Investments for
Restaurants and Hotels
Domino's Pizza just did something its shareholders certainly aren't used to.
The weekend couldn't come soon enough in a week positively bursting with the critical earnings reports of industry titans from General Electric GE to General Motors GM.
McDonald's serves up better-than-expected first-quarter earnings, in large part due to another strong quarter in the U.S.
Yum! Brands' Taco Bell is experiencing slowing sales growth, which could be due to a resurgent McDonald's.
Many investors left this fast food stalwart for dead. But they were wrong, and the fast-food giant is starting to show long-term legs.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open lower on Wednesday, and European stocks slip as oil prices turn lower.
The company is expected tor report $2.6 billion in sales for the first quarter, compared with $2.7 billion in sales a year ago.
The failure of OPEC's latest attempts to hammer out an oil production freeze is likely to have dire consequences for global equity markets.
Oil controls the market, and Cramer is watching stocks to see which you should be buying.
Wall Street truly enters the thick of earnings season in the coming week with some of the most prominent industry giants set to report.
McDonald’s (MCD) plans to open more than 1,000 locations in China, but Jim Cramer believes the fast food chain could open more.
These two food and drink Goliaths are testing new products and revealing new technologies. But if you had to pick one, which stock is in the better position for 2016?
The sector is hot and so is this restaurant chain after earnings.
Taco Bell is launching a new value breakfast menu in a bid to wrest some momentum from rival McDonald's.
Shake Shack's shares are getting hammered even though it beat sales and earnings expectations for the fourth quarter. Here is why.