No matter what the reason for refusing to allow McDonald's to set up shop, these countries (at least most of them) are still holding firm against the fast food brand for now.
It's no secret that quick-service restaurant (QSR) chains face a growing threat as consumers become more educated, discriminating, and adventuresome i...
McDonald's gladly will put McGriddles up against Taco Bell's Waffle Taco. Who wins?
Burger King was the final straw that an adopted upstate New York woman needed to launch her own search for her birth parents.
Not only are these fries ridiculously good, but you feel like you just ordered something that only a privileged few actually know exists.
These days, no one is surprised to learn about big companies paying poverty wages. But for workers at some of our country's largest fast-food chains, the truth is even uglier.
These are just some of a wave of new items heading for restaurant menus in the traditional post-Lent refresher phase.
You might think that the United States, with its super-sized portions, absurdly high obesity rate, and uniquely American innovations like the Doritos Locos Taco, is home to the world's most fattening foods. But you'd be wrong!
It is rare when the ruling class and its fawning admirers in the mainstream media speak openly about how they see the working class. Rich people are aware that we resent hearing them tell us how worthless they think we are.
Faith leaders understand that grave economic injustices can no longer be allowed to continue, because they tear apart the fabric of our society.
You've heard about the wave of recent protests calling on fast food chains like McDonald's and Burger King to raise wages for their employees, who are forced to live on next to nothing. But did you know that many workers in sit-down restaurants may be faring even worse?
Forget what you know about the food court; there's a new definition on the rise.
Would you buy McCafé bagged coffee at the market?
Get ready to embrace the emmer, mingle with millet and canoodle with kamut. Wednesday is the third annual ...
Ah, what one can learn in an AMA.
It takes about a minute and a half for the vending machine to put together the burrito and dispense it to the customer -- a music video plays while you wait.
TV advertising boasts it has everything a burger should: "character, taste and size."