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For years, long windy menus were the fad, Americans are finally growing tired of all the clunky, and often confusing, food lists, and restaurants seem to be taking note.

Breakfast is big business—why can't brunch be, too?

Meat and food scandals are killing McDonald's and KFC's reputation in China.

They're the biggest manifestation of what's called "fissured employment," which separates workers from the companies that call the shots.

Putting this week's fast food pickets in context.

Poverty was good for McDonald's. Until it wasn't.

People are mocking McDonalds and Visa for giving budgeting advice to low-income Americans. But the advice isn't so ridiculous.

  • Timothy B. Lee
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  • Jul 16, 2013
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The latest earnings numbers from the world's biggest fast food chain shows something about what is--and isn't--a threat to the world economy

  • Neil Irwin
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  • Apr 19, 2013
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