Although the chain wants one-fifth of its combo meals to meet the government's nutritional guidelines, it won't be until 2020.
Wander into the T.G.I. Friday's in the middle of Kandahar Airfield and you would find it hard to believe you're in a war zone.
Yum Brands thinks the move will bring young folks flocking back to fried chicken, but the popularity of wings and other poultry offerings suggest bones aren't the issue.
People aren't recommending the fast-food chain like they used to, analysts say.
People are pouring money into the digital currency, perhaps seeking a new place to store their cash as confidence in the euro fades. Is this the currency of the future?
The chain is targeting 'thinking moms' with a healthier meal. However, the deal might not be as good as it seems.
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