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Franchising

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On May 20, 2015

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the system of franchising used by fast food companies, charging that it is designed to hold down

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McDonald’s

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On May 9, 2015
Willard Scott as Ronald McDonald McDonald’s constant gimmicks to reinvent itself are ridiculous and hilarious. Yes, I’m sure breakfast bowls with kale are totally going to revolutionize the chain, bringing it back to the glories of decades past! And I know, what if we reinvent the Hamburglar! This is a brilliant idea because I just […]

Fast Food Wages

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On October 27, 2014
Why it’s almost as if fast food companies are lying when they say they have to keep wages low in order to survive! On a recent afternoon, Hampus Elofsson ended his 40-hour workweek at a Burger King and prepared for a movie and beer with friends. He had paid his rent and all his bills, […]

McDonald’s

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On October 15, 2014

Isn’t the real reason for McDonald’s slumping sales and potential slow decline that it makes a horrible burger and that a generation perhaps somewhat more sophisticated on food than the pr

Who Are Minimum Wage Workers?

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On August 14, 2014
Good run-down: What’s the breakdown of those being paid the minimum wage by age? In particular, how many are teenagers or in their early 20s? Of the 3.3 million minimum-wage workers in 2013, about one-quarter were between the ages of 16-19, another one-quarter were between the ages of 20-24, and half were over the age […]
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