Tuesday’s links talk evolution, second chances and the importance of pausing.
Fear the minivan. Its power to change has now struck at the heart of pop culture: American drive-thru lines.
Monday’s links start the week with cute puppies and cartoon characters.
American-French relations have long been tense. (Two words: Freedom Fries.) But perhaps the latest move from McDonald’s, deciding to sell baguettes in many of their French locations, will usher in a new era of understanding and …
“We all live in a murderous world, as the events in Norway have shown. Though that is nothing compared to what happens in McDonald’s and Kentucky Fried S— every day.”
— MORRISSEY, singer and animal activist, speaking during …
This might be the most important question ever considered.
Burger King thinks it knows women.
Tired of paying a cover charge and not getting a break?
The fast-food chain is undertaking a gradual transformation to be less clownish, more coffee shop.
The big McDonald’s hiring day occurred after the April employment survey. Those saying they affected last month’s great jobs report? They’re McWrong.
Maybe, just maybe, America is holding off the burgers a little. Of course, we are more than happy to replace the beef with a shot—or two—of caffeine.
Japanese Burger Kings are about to “double down” a new burger that wants to make veganism passé.