By not paying their share, they cost taxpayers $225 billion every year.
The chain's inversion deal makes it easy fodder for comedians and an easy target for groups opposing the move.
So far, the chain is only testing the offering in a few locations. It's ramping up its breakfast menu nationwide, however.
The flop shows the fickle and sometimes confusing nature of Americans when it comes to more healthful eating.
Consumers are shunning the spud in a race away from carbohydrates and toward greater convenience.
Should the fast-food chain act as the boss of all workers in franchised stores? The company says no, but organized labor says yes.
Daniel Schwartz, 33, has helped turn the struggling burger chain into a cash machine.
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