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The embattled company likens itself to the Girl Scouts, which offers cookies through direct sales. 'Nobody attacks them,' the CEO laments.
The Minnesota chain's stock has greatly outperformed the Golden Arches. It's not intimidated by the 'Mighty Wings' experiment.
He says the banking system is 'in the best shape in recent memory.' Still, the 'Oracle of Omaha' can afford to be more patient than most investors.
Global sales only rose 4% in November and December. That wasn't good enough for the company or its investors.
Activist investor Dan Loeb buys a major stake and locks horns with Bill Ackman, who says the company is a scam.
The company needs to retain a tradition of quality while at the same time finding ways to make its products more affordable.
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