MSNBC’s Betty Nguyen gets the latest economy headlines from analyst Hitha Prahbahker. Prahbahker comments on the Dow’s record territory and how the Fed’s effort to keep interest rates low will perpetuate the Dow’s growth. Moms should be expecting some bling this Mother’s Day as the NRF is projecting
(Reuters) - McDonald's Corp <MCD.N> said on Thursday it is phasing out one-third pound Angus burgers from U.S. menus, an anticipated move that comes shortly after U.S. beef prices hit a 10-year high. Full story
A bit of bad news for all you beef lovers out there: McDonald's said Thursday that it's cutting one-third pound Angus burgers from its menus in the U.S. as beef prices hit all-time highs.The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) wholesale beef market report on Thursday morning showed choice beef c Full story
Chris Hayes shares his favorite things from Monday’s world on the web.
The rising cost of feed is pushing beef prices higher, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
“It’s one of my favorites because my dad always made it,” said TODAY’s Erica Hill. TODAY’s Erica Hill shows her co-anchors how to make the dish that’s especially close to her heart.
Kathie Lee and Hoda each have their own team of ladies competing to get fit. Joined by TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer, the two teams go head to head to see which has the highest health IQ, fielding questions such as which cut of beef is most fattening and whether brown rice has fewer calories than whi
Chef Sally Hurst demonstrates how to whip together a quick appetizer using the classic combination of crostini, bresola beef and horseradish, complete with a dice of crunchy apples.
Ground Alberta beef in seen in coolers at Bon Ton Meat Market in Calgary, Alberta in this October 3, 2012 file photo. REUTERS/Todd Korol/Files
An employee displays a case of frozen beef lasagne dinners, removed from stores and prepared for destruction, under a sign on a door which reads "Products for Destruction" in a central purchasing warehouse in Villeneuve, Southwestern France, February 15, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
Employees at meat processing plant Willy Selten in Oss work on Feb. 15 after Dutch officials raided the factory believed to be mixing horsemeat and beef and selling it on as pure beef. Around 10 countries are so far affected by Europe's spiralling food crisis, in which horsemeat has ended up in mill