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McDonald's announced its intent to sell chicken and dairy with less hormones and antibiotics, its biggest moves yet in trying to change customer perceptions.
KFC's test may have attracted a lot of online buzz, but there are several good reasons its rivals aren't planning to copy it.
McDonald's recently announced it's returning Chicken Selects to the menu. Here are four more items it should consider resurrecting or reinventing to help turn around its flagging sales numbers.
McDonald's is resurrecting a menu item it had discontinued in 2013, but it's not doing it just to indulge customers' nostalgia.
This unloved fast food stock is the cheapest in the industry despite its 3%+ dividend yield and solid growth prospects.
Some McDonald's customers will be able to pay for food with acts of kindness for the next two weeks. But the marketing stunt fails to address one key problem.
Burger chain Shake Shack went public Friday. And that means meeting the new demands of hungry retail investors.
The company has parted ways with Don Thompson and it wasn't because of supplier mishaps or upset franchisees.
McDonald's fourth quarter earnings were less than tasty, as were comments on the pace of its turnaround.
The latest round of funding for New York City-based Dig Inn highlights rabid demand for the next great restaurant concept.
The struggling fast food chain is pulling out all the stops in order to win back consumers.
Jim Cramer takes a close look at 10 Dow components to handicap DJIA performance in 2015.
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TheStreet takes a look back at the worst flops in the fast food industry for 2014, as McDonald’s, Burger King and Starbucks were all taught a hard lesson.
Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX, NYSE: QSR) is pleased to announce the successful completion of the transaction with Tim Hortons Inc.
Burger King Worldwide (BKW) stock is rising today after the company had its rating raised to 'outperform' from 'sector perform' at RBC.
Burger King Worldwide (BKW) shares are fluctuating after analysts at RBC upgraded the stock to 'outperform' from 'sector perform'.
And that's too bad, because United Tech and McDonald's are begging for turnarounds.
Here are today's top research calls.
The international markets pulled U.S. stocks lower but they were able to bounce back despite bad news from Verizon, Bank of America and Citi.
Goldman Sachs resumed coverage of Burger King (BKW) stock today with a 'buy' rating and a price target of $39.
U.S. stock futures rise ahead of U.S. jobs report for November and factory orders; Uber's valuation put at about $40 billion; Gap's same-store sales jump 6%.
Burger King Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:BKW) today announced for the first time ever, high school football champions from different states will play against each other in a post-season bowl game, the BURGER KING®...
Starting today, Burger King Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:BKW) is bringing back the YUMBO® Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Burger King Worldwide (BKW) as a new lifetime high candidate
Your experience in the restaurant is pretty much the same in December as it is in July.
Shorting in U.S. stocks is the highest it's been since September 2008. Investors hate stocks right now.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the leisure industry lower today.
In a return the company hopes will be a triumphant nostalgia coup, baby-boomer advertising icon Ronald McDonald is making TV commercials again for U.S. audiences.
While McDonald's and Burger King continue to deal with mixed performance in the U.S., Sonic is thriving. Brian Sozzi talks with Sonic CEO J. Clifford Hudson.
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