Could Chick-fil-A rattle McDonald's?

It doesn’t open on Sundays, is barely present in much of the country (three stores in Massachusetts, one in Michigan, one in Wisconsin), and it has less than half as many U.S. restaurants as KFC YUM -0.01%. But in the last decade, closely held fast food chain Chick-fil-A has overtaken Colonel Sanders to become the biggest player in the fast-food chicken business, according to a report out today from Janney.

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