After turning in another quarter of sliding sales and profit, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook said the chain will unveil initial details on a plan to turn around its fortunes on May 4. [...] this year, McDonald's has given a nod to the "clean label" trend with a simplified grilled chicken recipe, and announced plans to curb the use of antibiotics in raising chickens. John Gordon, a restaurant industry analyst, said it's just one way McDonald's could start increasing customer visits to stores, given the enormous popularity of its breakfast menu. Denny's and Johnny Rockets have veggie burgers, and White Castle recently said it would make veggie sliders a permanent part of its menu after their popularity as a limited time offer. Robert Reich, former labor secretary and a supporter of the Fight for $15 campaign, said raising wages across the chain would not only mend the chain's image as an employer, but lower its worker turnover and help business. By retiring the red-headed clown, McDonald's could start rebuilding its trust with many moms, said Jesse Bragg, spokesman for Corporate Accountability International, which has criticized the company's marketing practices.
HILLARY CLINTON has been the frontrunner to take out the Democratic nomination and go on to claim the White House in 2016. But a book to be released next month aims to derail her campaign before it gets started.
This newspaper is independent, as its name subtly hints, but its columnists are not. And so, knowing that this can be of no interest to anyone, I declare that I will be voting Labour for the first time since reluctantly overcoming my feelings about Tony Blair and his “project” to do so in 1997.
Six guys, in-between projects and seemingly semi-bored in Israel, were looking for a way to avoid having to copy and paste YouTube links when they wanted to message their significant others, or each other, a song. With time to kill, they made the dryly named Music Messenger. Roughly a year later and they're being courted by Gee Roberson -- manager of Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and Noah "40 Sehbib" -- and having Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich -- whose investment firm Millhouse Capital divested a $13 billion stake in oil giant Sibneft in the mid-aughts -- walk into their office with open arms.
The Saudi Arabia-led coalition resumed airstrikes in Yemen on Wednesday despite Riyadh announcing a day ago that it was ending its nearly month-long air strikes campaign against Shiite Houthi rebels. Meanwhile, a fleet of Iranian warships has arrived near
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a move likely to re-ignite public debate in America over electronic spying, Republicans have introduced a bill in the Senate to extend a controversial law empowering the government's
7shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Three out of five UN Security Council members ruled out on 30 May any possibility of military intervention in Syria following an attack last week when more than 100 civilians had lost their lives. Russia, China and the US all denounced military …
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