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Some franchise owners say the rollout has been rife with problems.
Will the burger giant heed investors’ calls to unlock shareholder value by spinning off its U.S. assets?
Critics say two programs are really marketing campaigns masquerading as do-good efforts.
An investigation of the franchisor’s role as a potential joint employer is being complicated by the use of a black marker, the agency alleges.
Items from the chain’s new all-day breakfast menu will be delivered free of charge ahead of a national rollout.
The number of restaurants to offer the item fell from last year, a sign of the chain’s efforts to give markets more power over their menus.
A different way of setting store-level benchmarks helped Bob Evans Farms cut its manpower requirements last quarter by 125,000 labor hours and $600,000.
All 16,000 North American branches will use exclusively eggs from hens living outside of cages, but not for a decade.
Some analysts are worried that the spike in demand will drive egg prices higher while further crimping availability.
Users in southern California can now choose from a bevy of local and national price-off and frequency deals.
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