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While consumer dining technology is not ubiquitous yet, large chains are examining a host of high-tech options to capture your restaurant dollar.
McDonald's reported better-than-expected global sales at established restaurants in May, helped by strong demand in China.
The same food additives Panera plans to ditch remain widespread in fast food, even as some chains simplify menus to cater to evolving taste buds.
Starbucks is dipping its toe into the burger business, with plans to open a location of its La Boulange chain that caters to the dinner crowd.
Burger King is scrapping its 40- year-old 'Have It Your Way' slogan in favor of the more personal 'Be Your Way.'
Blowtorches, tweezers and glue: These are just a few of the items used to create mouth-watering restaurant ads.
Fast-food workers from dozens of countries are joining the push for higher pay and worker rights by taking part in strikes and protests.
The new 'Burgers at Breakfast' program at Burger King offers whoppers and chicken sandwiches at the crack of dawn. BurgerBusiness.com reports.
They want higher pay. This is why the fast-food worker strike is about to become global. The movement has spread to other countries around the world.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Facebook's latest moves in mobile have demonstrated how messaging is shifting from SMS texts to full-blown content sharing, including money.
McDonald's is offering free coffee to its breakfast customers for a limited time as competition for the breakfast crowd intensifies.
Fast food chains are increasingly realizing how important phones have become to customers, especially young ones.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
The world's No. 2 burger chain is adding more beef to its latest McDonald's mimic—the Big Mac-inspired Big King. USA Today reports.
McDonald's CEO vowed to "create more of a coffee culture through high-quality McCafe products," as well as to double-down on breakfast to boost sales.
Subway's decision has at least one food chain pondering its use. So how widespread is its use among fast-food giants? Very.
Billionaire investor William Ackman's fund surged 3.8 percent in January, handily beating the stock market's decline and taking some of the sting away from last year, when losing trades involving J.C. Penney and Herbalife dragged on his fund's performance.
Chipotle's popularity isn't showing any signs of fading, and the food chain is eyeing whether it can raise prices later this year.