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McDonald's to test all-day breakfast beginning in April

After years of balking because of operational issues at offering the a.m. menu all day, the burger giant will give it a try next month.

McDonald's boils a frog

Gradualism is helping the chain exit its discounting bind while delivering the sort of value that other chains are finding tough to concoct.

Burger-inspired beer is just one of the over-the-top offerings debuted by chains in recent weeks.

We’ve seen the drive-thru of the future and it is easier, faster and friendlier.

Some big chains are reversing themselves on customization, delivery, portioning and new-age staffing moves.

We interrupt the string of bleak industry news to highlight a few reasons for encouragement.

In 2017, the company generated positive traffic for the first time in five years.

Dan Coudreaunt, executive chef and director of culinary innovation at McDonald’s, and Wylie Dufresne, chef-owner of molecular-gastronomy temple WD-50, know a thing or two about innovation. At a packed NRA session they set about dispelling a few myths.

This time, the geek nook is located in Chicago.

Tests are already underway.

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