The burrito inside a quesadilla became a permanent menu item Monday. Yum Brands has high hopes for the new offering.
After demonstrations by advocates toting long guns into stores, a reform group petitions the company to change its policies.
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Darden has been trying to get rid of the chain for months after executives concluded it was a drag on its finances.
America has turned lunchtime into errand or work time. 'People are expected to produce so much that they forget to live,' one restaurateur laments.
There's little evidence so far that either Taco Bell or McDonald's will emerge victorious.
After an endless stream of promotional offers, the company is going back to its roots. It's trying to find a strategy that works.
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