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  • Supporters for $15-an-hour wage to attend McDonald's meeting

    Labor leaders and workers are expected to gather outside McDonald's Corp. shareholders meeting to drive home their demand for a $15-an-hour wage for fast-food workers. Pressure on Oak Brook, Illinois-based McDonald's to increase wages comes as the...
  • Fried chicken chain KFC resurrects Colonel Sanders for ads

    KFC is bringing back Colonel Sanders as the fried chicken chain seeks to refresh its image by harkening back to its past. Sanders, who founded KFC, will be played by "Saturday Night Live" alumnus Darrell Hammond in TV commercials. The real Colonel...
  • Cook County man sues McDonald's over 'defective' McNugget

     Cook County man sues McDonald's over 'defective' McNugget
    A local man who was taken to the emergency room after eating a "defective" Chicken McNugget at a Chicago McDonald's filed a lawsuit on Monday against the fast food chain and others, according to court documents. Zebadiah Anderson, identified only as a...
  • Rev Burger out of business

     Rev Burger out of business
    Rev Burger, which touted healthy hamburgers and lower-calorie accompaniments, has gone out of business. It recently closed its River North location, which opened last year at 22 W. Ohio St., and it earlier shuttered its only other restaurant, in suburban...
  • Fining Low-Wage Employers Can Help Connecticut's Economy? Really?

    Fining Low-Wage Employers Can Help Connecticut's Economy? Really?
    There's no doubt that levying fines against large employers that pay low wages would raise hundreds of millions of dollars for the state government, but opponents have so far held the upper hand by arguing that it would hurt the economy. Now...
  • Starbucks not liable for spilled coffee that burned officer, jury says

    Starbucks not liable for spilled coffee that burned officer, jury says
    Police Sgt. Matthew Kohr got a cup of coffee from his usual barista, Ali, one day in January 2012 at Starbucks Store No. 8373 in the North Carolina capital. The venti-size coffee blend — Kohr says Ali called it "something special" — was hot....
  • Kitchen fire shuts down Geneva McDonald's

    Kitchen fire shuts down Geneva McDonald's
    A kitchen fire temporarily closed a McDonald's in Geneva Saturday. Geneva firemen responded at 4 a.m. to a report of a fire behind a grill at the McDonald's located in the 1800 block of S. Randall Road. The first arriving engine company found flames...
  • They reach safe harbor, then their ship comes in

    They reach safe harbor, then their ship comes in
    At the age of 60, Chieu Le, who has lived near a golf course since 1996, is finally learning to play golf. But only because his customers want to play golf with him, he says, laughing. Otherwise he is content to just "work more and more and more."...
  • McDonald's falling short on energy efficiency

    McDonald's falling short on energy efficiency
    McDonald's has another reason to work on bringing people back to its restaurants: energy efficiency. The restaurant giant released its sustainability update Thursday. The report highlights some of the progress it has made, such as serving more fruit,...
  • Cops: Minimum-wage protest may bring 5,000 to McDonald's HQ

    Cops: Minimum-wage protest may bring 5,000 to McDonald's HQ
    A group that brought about 2,000 protesters to Oak Brook in May 2014 is returning next week. The Service Employees International Union is holding another demonstration in support of its campaign to increase the minimum wage of "quick service" restaurant...
  • Dairy Queen will remove soda from kids' menu

    MINNEAPOLIS Dairy Queen is joining its fast-food peers by removing soda from its kids' menu. The changes will be seen across all of the Minneapolis-area company's more than 4,300 franchise locations in the United States by Sept. 1. The news was...