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Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor

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About Kate Taylor

Kate Taylor is a reporter at Business Insider. She was previously a reporter at Entrepreneur. Get in touch with tips and feedback on Twitter at @Kate_H_Taylor. 

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Fast Food

Burger King Takes a Shot at McDonald's Happy Meals With a Dark Ad Showing Bullying, Unpaid Student Loans and Mental Health Struggles

Boxed meals like the Pissed Meal, Salty Meal and DGAF Meal are a clear shot at McDonald's Happy Meal.
Fast Food

Carl's Jr. Will Become the First Major Fast-Food Chain to Debut a Cannabis-Infused Burger

The 'Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight' will be topped with CBD-infused 'Santa Fe Sauce.'
Billionaires

Kylie Jenner Is Officially the Youngest Self-Made Billionaire. Here Are 9 Others.

She follows in the footsteps of some of the most famous billionaires in the world, including Mark Zuckerberg.
Alibaba

Alibaba's Opening an Online Store With Office Depot, as the 2 Companies Work to Beat Out Amazon

The companies hope to win over American business owners with the convenience of a one stop shop, melding Alibaba's global platform with Office Depot's U.S. experience.
Chipotle

Chipotle Is Opening Dozens of Locations With Drive-Thru-Style 'Chipotlanes'

The lanes allow customers to pick up mobile orders without getting out of their cars.
Starbucks

Some Starbucks Baristas Are Begging Their Former CEO Not to Run for President

Their opposition to Howard Schultz's presidential ambitions is mostly due to concerns that his candidacy could help reelect Trump.
Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A Is Taking on Blue Apron in an Unprecedented Move for a Fast-Food Chain

The meal-kit business has been heating up recently as grocery chains start selling them and startups begin to burn out in the face of increased competition.
Starbucks

Starbucks Stores Will Close Nationwide Next Month in an Unprecedented Attempt to Fix a Company Crisis

The closure comes after footage of the arrest of two black men who tried to use the bathroom in a Philadelphia Starbucks went viral, sparking boycott threats.
Walmart

Walmart Is Pulling Cosmopolitan From Checkout Lines in Response to #MeToo -- But It's an Embarrassing Perversion of the Movement

The decision was apparently spurred by a campaign arguing that the magazine exposes people to a '#MeToo culture' that encourages the sexual harassment of women.
McDonald's

McDonald's Is Flipping its Iconic Arches Upside Down in an Unprecedented Statement

The company is also flipping its logo on all its digital channels to celebrate International Women's Day on Thursday.
Beer

A Cult Craft Brewer Says Its 'Beer For Girls' Is Satire -- But Women Are Slamming the Company for the 'Lazy Stunt'

BrewDog released a 'beer for girls' called Pink IPA that's intended to satirize the beer industry.
KFC

KFC Just Revealed Reba McEntire Will Be Its First Female Colonel Sanders

McEntire will be the face of the chain's newest chicken, Smoky Mountain BBQ.
Papa John's

Papa John's CEO: American Free Enterprise Is 'Under Assault' From Big Government

John Schnatter slams greedy executives and says regulations are steering the country in a dangerous direction.
KFC

KFC Just Published a Ridiculously Raunchy and Bizarre Romance Novella Starring a Casanova Colonel Sanders. Here Are the Steamiest Parts.

To celebrate Mother's Day, the chicken chain's bestselling day of the year, KFC published 'Tender Wings of Desire.'
Pepsi

Pepsi Is Laying Off Up to 100 Workers in Philadelphia and Blaming a 2-Month-Old Soda Tax

The layoffs, which account for roughly 20 percent of Pepsi's 423 Philadelphia employees, will begin Wednesday and be spread out over the next few months.