After trailing the market this year, shares of McDonald's are now a good value, according to David Tarantino of Baird Equity Research.
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McDonald's may finally have a buyer for its 2,800 restaurants in China, Hong Kong and South Korea.
The 20-year master franchise agreement is estimated to be worth up to $3-billion.
McDonald's is recalling millions fitness bands that had been given away in Happy Meals because they might cause skin irritation or burns to children.
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The chain will offer an alternative toy after reports the toy's band may cause skin irritations.
The chain said it will no longer distribute activity trackers in its Happy Meals after reports that they might cause skin irritations.
McDonald's is now capping free food for athletes at the Olympics. CNBC's Kelly Evans discusses.
Popeyes blamed weaker-than-expected same-store sales growth on softness in the restaurant sector.
In the battle of fast food vs. the grocery store, the drive-thru is losing out on a key measure.
Shake Shack is celebrating the opening of its 100th restaurant by giving free burgers the first 100 guests at at all its locations worldwide.
Olympian Sawan Serasinghe ate around 9,300 calories worth of McDonald's food after losing his badminton match against Chinese Taipei, Eater reports.
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