The chain best known for chicken sandwiches is hoping to get a piece of the fast-growing morning business.
A new study says the big operators are again using toy giveaways and movie tie-ins to appeal to youngsters.
Among their demands is a $15 per hour minimum wage. Retail workers will also likely join in.
As cattle herds continue to decline and food prices tick up, the restaurant chain is finding that sticking to its ideals is tough.
The fast-food chain's new pretzel bun has the company on a roll.
Roughly 80% of us eat it at least once a month, and the wealthier go for it more than the poor on a weekly basis.
The independent business owners complain that steadily rising rents and fees the company charges have gotten too high.
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