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.
In a statement Monday, McDonald’s said they plan to hire up to 50,000 employees in close to 14,000 restaurants nationwide. Oh, and they’re going to do it all in one day.
Sometimes it sure is nice not knowing. And the U.S. Food and Drug Administration continues to help keep us all in the dark when it comes to calorie intake at restaurants.
Back in 2004, America watched Morgan Spurlock’s health decline on the McDonald’s only diet in Super Size Me. Now, Joe D’Amico is following the same regiment. The month before he runs a marathon.
The Sisters of St. Francis in Philadelphia have answered a call, and it’s told them to go after Mickey D’s.
Those ubiquitous golden arches have been eclipsed by the dawn of five-dollar footlongs.
McDonald’s once billed the clown as its Chief Happiness Officer. But as the chain incubates a stronger café feel, it’s pulling Ronald McDonald from the limelight.
Finnish food activists don’t mess around.
This holiday season, hundreds of fast food outlets will Frenchify the traditional beef burger the only way they know how: by smothering it with a slice of fatty duck liver.