The chain is expanding a build-your-own-burger test in California. It could be viewed as market research for the next hit combo.
Anything that takes pressure off American budgets is good news for corporate revenue, and 2 of the biggest costs are coming down.
A fast-food restaurant is not an obvious fit for a brunch gathering. Some speculate the move could signal expanded breakfast hours.
The blitz of new offerings aims to resolve questions about the company's ability to innovate in the post-Steve Jobs era.
The stock's dividend is going to trump sales, the CNBC host says, and investors still have faith in CEO Don Thompson.
The company is no longer the chain with the most 'kid appeal.' A smaller upstart has taken its place.
The movement deserves some credit for the wave of higher minimum wages across the country.
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