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The fast-food giant's annual event is a marketer's dream, thanks to customers who can't wait to stop in and play.
Its financial basics suggest what most of its fast-food employees already know: They need 2 jobs to make ends meet.
New technologies could make American agriculture more efficient, cutting the number of workers needed and having an impact on the immigration debate.
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As more workers treat the local cafe as an office, more owners are limiting their ability to hang out all day.
A Welsh employee may be the fast-food chain's oldest. It beats staying at home bored senseless, he says.
Yum Brands, the chain's parent, threatens legal action against a Bangkok eatery that's cashing in on a troubling trend.
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