The latest news on prices
As food sizes increase, so do prices.
Innovation makes a mockery of economic forecasts.
Research from America's best business schools.
Predictions abound that the price of crude oil could go much higher.
Costs have skyrocketed in just a year, and Wall Street thinks they are headed even higher.
Getting lower prices can be easier than it sounds.
Not everyone is a fan of the commodity boom. Some blame federal policy for higher feed and food bills.
These companies profit from the commodities run-up indirectly but handsomely.
Five key factors have fueled the boom, and the outlook is for continuing strong demand.
Inflation fears and geopolitical uncertainty stoke price rises. Some experts think they'll continue.