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.
Forget McDonald's. Once an also-ran in fast food, this company is making the right moves to become No. 1.
The restaurant chain signs the legendary soccer player as a 'famous fan," hoping to add customers beyond the US.
The idea that some people are in a position to know more than others can offend our collective sense of fairness, but it doesn't generate all that much outrage.
They're both dealing with the same tough economy, but the perennial also-ran is capitalizing on the notion that people want tasty food.
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