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To celebrate Mother's Day, the chicken chain's bestselling day of the year, KFC published 'Tender Wings of Desire.'
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.
The former pro-athlete and entrepreneur spells out the steps he takes to achieve his dreams and what entrepreneurs can learn from his success.
According to the plaintiff, the fast-food chain's 'Extra Value Meal' costs 41 cents more than it would if you just ordered each item individually.
Chipotle opened the first Tasty Made location opened in Lancaster, Ohio, last week, and there's a lot at stake.
An increasing number of retailers are closing on Thanksgiving Day this year in response to backlash against the trend of starting Black Friday sales a day early.
Costco has one major perk that traditional car dealerships lack: fixed prices.
This is the third variety the company has added to the menu since Chicken Fries were reintroduced last August.
Alex Lamkin worked his way up at Any Lab Test Now to take over the very location where he started his career.
A swarm of companies selling insect-based food items has descended upon the American market. Can they persuade consumers that eating bugs isn't a punishment?
As the case for legalizing marijuana gains steam across the U.S., sex workers and activists are following suit, arguing that criminalizing their work does more harm than good.
Michael O'Neill runs his JDog Junk Removal and Hauling franchise in accordance with the Soldier's Creed.
Dissatisfied with the seaweed snacks on the market, Jin Jun decided to take matters into her own hands with SeaSnax.
Allan Jenik used to help others increase sales and customer retention. So, when he bought his own franchise, he wanted to see if he could take his own advice.
A Case Farms Processing Inc. facility in Ohio sounds like one of the worst workplaces imaginable, firing two employees after being maimed.
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