Arby's Paul Brown doesn't believe a "corporate-ish" approach is always best. Case in point: When Jon Stewart made offensive jokes about the sandwich chain on the "Daily Show," Arby's shot back with humor and turned the "ribbing' into an opportunity. » Read More
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