The fast-food giant apparently sees its attempt to be all things to all people as another of its problems.
The new offerings are about to make the fast-food landscape even more hostile for Ronald and company.
The chain's "$1 Cravings" menu takes aim at similar low-cost offerings from McDonald's, Del Taco and other fast-food outlets.
California's attorney general says those stores, plus Target and others, failed to warn consumers about tainted products.
Consumer Reports says more than half of the samples in its study were tainted with telltale bacteria.
Frito-Lay marketers go '90s extreme to get younger customers while messing with the original peanuts-and-popcorn mix.
CEO Don Thompson says the company may offer Egg McMuffins at any hour and could consider delivery as it combats slumping sales.
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