One analyst says the new sandwich was one of the chain's top-selling test items in decades. The company sure is hungry for a hit.
Burgers and steaks will cost more as wholesale prices reach all-time highs.
The company tries to tamp down criticism from activists who argue that the mascot promotes childhood obesity.
Local eateries pledge to feed the Cleveland man who helped rescue 3 kidnap victims. McDonald's, however, has remained mum.
The retail giant doesn't always get the credit it deserves for operating one of the most efficient businesses in the world.
The three-quarter pound serving of fries is called the 'Mega Potato' in Japan. It's also the type of gimmick competitors are using to crush the fast-food giant in the US.
It's still No. 1 among the world's 100 biggest names, whose combined worth is $2.6 trillion. No. 8 might surprise you.
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