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These 13 companies you’ve never heard of control dozens of the most popular chains in the world, from Burger King to Taco Bell
Some of the biggest names in the restaurant industry are actually owned by companies most customers don't know exist.
We visited convenience-store rivals Wawa and Sheetz to see which does it better — and the winner is worth a trip in itself
Loyal customers debate the pros and cons of Wawa and Sheetz. But which one is better? We visited both to find out.
I drove a $195,000 Acura NSX to find out if it’s really the best value in supercars — here’s the verdict
The Acura NSX has been updated for the 2019 model year. The supercar arrived in 2016 and was named Business Insider's Car of the Year.
‘The yelling won’t stop’: Yellies, the toy that is triggered by the shrieks of children, is debuting new characters after explosive ...
New Yellies characters are hitting shelves after viral success and an explosive holiday sales season.
If you lose an AirPod (or two), don't worry — it may not be gone forever.
The 33-year-old who crossed Antarctica alone once got horrific burns at a Thai beach party — and he says it’s the reason he sets world rec...
Colin O'Brady had always been athletic and assumed he always would be. Until a fiery disaster struck.
Grocery chains can inspire intense loyalty. Insight from marketing platform inMarket reveal which companies attract the most faithful shoppers.
Nacho Fries are returning as McDonald's prepares to launch Cheesy Bacon Fries, setting up a battle of the fast-food cheese fries.
Chipotle is planning to add new items to the menu, but first it wants customers to figure out what ‘sofritas’ and ‘barbacoa’ a...
"When you ask people 'Did you know we had carnitas, barbacoa, or sofritas?' a lot of people are like, what is that?" Chipotle's CEO said.
The 33-year-old American who just became the first person to cross Antarctica alone says 2 simple mantras were crucial to his success
Colin O'Brady relied on ancient, science-backed mind-training techniques to become the first person to cross Antarctica, solo and unaided.