"Chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants" developed a thicker patty.
One location in France had a drive-through marijuana business.
In an undercover video, the farmers were very blasé about impaling birds with spikes.
After first trying to heavily redact documents, it wants the entire request quashed as too costly.
Credit goes to the introduction of all-day breakfast.
The chain insists this is "another example" of giving customers what they want.
Management realized it was either try this or be stuck selling black Whoppers.
A study links greater "neighborhood access" to fast food to lower bone mass in kids.
The "vast" problems they cite include subpar food quality and "people falling over each other."
Their latest innovation is ... gray burgers.
The chain debunked rumors by saying 90 percent of locations sell them.
The sandwich continues to be the least exciting part of this stunt.
Feeling heat from Burger King, it's making a multi-million-dollar ad contribution to the U.N.
They face an uphill battle.
Longtime McDonald’s Franchisee Says Endless Menu Expansion Is the Real Reason the Burger Chain Is Failing
After almost 50 years with the company, Al Jarvis couldn't take it any longer, and now he's happy to explain why.
Only about half of all U.S. locations will carry it this fall.
The megachain promises all eggs will be cage-free by 2025.
Get ready for the nationwide rollout.
Ireland has given the chain a vocabulary lesson.