Europe feels pain from olive oil crisis

Consumers face higher prices while Tunisia becomes top exporter

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 04: A general view of Curzon Street on June 4, 2009 in London. (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Bruno Vincent)

Mayfair restaurants are off

Chefs packing up and cashing in on soaring West End rents

Steve Ells, chairman and co-chief executive officer of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., listens to a question during a Bloomberg Television interview in New York, U.S., on Friday, June 27, 2014. Ells discussed the decision to institute a modest price increase to Chipotle's menu, the cost of their food supplies and the push for healthier food options in the United States. Photograph: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Steve Ells
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Chipotle chief reworks recipe for success

Ells is confident chain can recover from food safety concerns

Mohammed Alabbar to buy Americana

Bankers say the deal could boost regional M&A market

Mondelez

Mondelez warns of more EM deterioration

Shares in US snacks group tumble 8% on cautious outlook for 2016

Syngenta seeds ChemChina’s GM growth plan

Deal to buy Swiss group would fill an important gap in Chinese company’s product range

ChemChina/Syngenta: green revolution

A good deal for Syngenta’s shareholders. What about the rest of the industry?

France: The short seller vs the supermarket

A US investor has gone into battle with Casino, over its valuation. Are other European companies now targets?

Coca-Cola buys stake in Nigeria’s CHI

African juice maker investment is bet on fast-growing population

Hipster dollar — millennials come to market

Organics, grooming and flat white coffee profiting from ‘cool’ segment

City regulators’ teeth not so sharp

Setting the dogs on HBOS’s former top bods is hardly battening down on banks

Diageo results mixed as shake-up continues

Doubts over whether turnround efforts are working

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The market-friendly government plans to make the country ‘normal’

No knockout blow in Brexit debate

Britons faced with economic claims of equal flimsiness

McDonald’s rebounds on higher US sales

All-day breakfasts help company boost operating profit by 7%

Fever-Tree fizzes as sales jump 77%

Tonic producer’s profits are ‘comfortably ahead’ of forecasts

Asian brewers step up in SAB beers race

Asahi and Thai Beverage in next round for €2.5bn auction

SABMiller sales hit by currency weakness

Exposure to emerging markets set to weigh on buyer AB InBev

LatAm cost cuts key to AB InBev/SABMiller

Savings achieved in Brazil will be hard to match in Andes

Student digs investment highlights value of education

Property groups believe rising tuition costs will keep more students in halls

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