Sweet Success: How the Co-Founder of Sugarfina Disrupted the Candy Industry
Rosie O'Neill is a master when it comes to putting a twist on a trend.
Shamrock Shakes and Pumpkin Spice Lattes: the Best-Branded Food for Every Season
How brands have focused on selling specialty products during an especially hot (or cold) time.
Hershey Rejects $23 Billion Mondelez Takeover Offer
The snub underscores the challenges Mondelez Chief Executive Irene Rosenfeld faces in wooing Hershey's controlling shareholder, the Hershey Trust, a $12 billion charity created by the eponymous company's founder a century ago.
For Candy Companies, Easter Is the Sweetest Day of the Year
In the week before Easter last year, Americans bought $823 million in creme-filled eggs, chocolate rabbits and colored marshmallow Peeps, according to Nielsen data.
From Candy, to Flowers to Cards, Valentine's Day Is Good Business (Infographic)
Love may be a matter of the heart, but as these illustrations show, it also helps drive the economy.
The Candy Trigger By The Checkout Line (And Why We Fail With New Habits)
As it turns out, selling candy bars can teach us a lot about building better habits.
9-Year-Old Entrepreneur Launches Teeth-Friendly Lollipop Company
Zollipops are the creation of one innovative, young thinker who knew there was a market for treats that tasted good and were good for you.
Nestle Candy Products Will Get Slightly Less Junky This Year
The company has committed to removing artificial flavors and colors by the end of 2015.
Tootsie Roll Appoints 83-Year-Old Widow as CEO; Sale Rumors Swirl
Ellen Gordon, 83, will succeed her 95-year-old husband, Melvin, who was the oldest CEO of any company listed on the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq Stock Market.