More restaurants are encouraging diners to order by app or kiosk, hoping to cut costs and increase traffic.
The chain is trying to shed its junk-food image with new toppings that include fresh garlic, parmesan and roasted vegetables.
The company is trying to win the hearts of the public after admitting it has lost relevance with some consumers.
The company is still viewed as a dividend play and a long-term investment, no matter what the headlines say.
Some are sporting prices that look rich, if judged by price-to-earnings ratios, and could be ready for a pullback.
The sandwich chain had around 17,000 pay violations from 2000 to 2013, mostly for failing to cover overtime hours worked.
Manufacturing employment is falling worldwide, meaning developing countries may follow a different path to wealth than the US did.
The chain's limited-edition toys provoked fist fights, school truancy and threats to store managers in the past. Can the country handle another promotion?
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