Jonathan Maze

Executive Editor

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Jonathan Maze

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McDonald’s will accept foreign currency for its international menu

The company says it will accept any amount on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the debut of its Worldwide Favorites Menu.


Is the world ready for Taco Bell?

The Mexican QSR, a hot concept in the U.S., has been slow to expand internationally. That’s beginning to change, and here’s why.

If anything, growth in takeout could pressure concepts to build more units, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

McDonald’s newest flagship location, in Times Square, is the latest effort by the burger giant to rethink what it means to be a fast-food restaurant. Here’s a look inside.

The chain lost its place as the country’s largest pizza chain mostly because it has too many dine-in locations, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The company won’t add the morning meal “anytime soon,” says CEO Brian Niccol. But it is looking at new dayparts.

General managers and executive kitchen managers can get free BMW leases for three years based on their ability to develop employees.

Sales rose 1.7% in April, thanks to strong improvement in quick-service and fast-casual chains, as dine-in remains a challenge.

Consultant Mark Kelnhofer joins "A Deeper Dive" to talk about how restaurants can make their margins without pricing themselves out of traffic.

The two former industry executives were named independent directors in a deal between the company and activist investor Jana Partners.

The chain is planning more innovation and marketing to get more customers in the morning.

The company is changing its pan pizza for the first time since it debuted in 1980.