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1. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
The City of Los Angeles this week ordered Carl’s Jr., the fast-food chain perhaps best known for its racy ads, to pay $1.45 million in back wages, fines and penalties for allegedly paying its …
2. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
First launched in 1987, McDonald’s Monopoly is one of the fast-food chain’s longest running and most successful marketing promotions, with customers flocking to stores to collect peel-off …
3. Jack in the Box
The history of Jack in the Box fast food chain is almost as crazy as its menu and its well-known mascot. From their strange tacos to the death (and resurrection) of Jack Box, these are the most interesting aspects of this beloved fast food chain.
4. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
Pizza in the United States and Canada — a phenomenon all its own, occupying a niche in North American cuisine that’s similar in some ways to fast food; Chain restaurants in the United States and Canada — prefab dining experiences a bit more elaborate than what you’ve read about here
5. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
In 2014, a California man brought a $1.5 million lawsuit against the Golden Arches because he was allegedly only given … One of the strangest cases of a person trying to pull a fast one on a fast food chain is the 2005 chili … He was eventually given a McJail sentence of three years in prison and ordered to pay back $12.5 million of the …
6. Papa John’s Pizza
On February 4, 2019, it was announced that the activist hedge fund Starboard Value, which had played a large role in turning around the troubled Olive Garden restaurant chain, would be investing $200 million into Papa John’s Pizza and that Starboard could possibly invest an additional $50 million by March 29, 2019.
7. El Salvador
A judge ordered a Salvadoran fast-food chain to cover up all McDonald’s markings in its six restaurants after the U.S. burger giant sued the chain, saying it canceled its concession almost two …
8. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
The fast food chain, … the chain’s top marketing executive was allegedly caught during the busting of a cocaine drug ring in Manhattan, the … Chipotle was ordered to pay back wages …
9. Which fast-food chain was ordered to pay millions after allegedly stealing an advertising mascot?
McDonald’s and several other fast food chains no longer sell hamburgers made of meat which contains “pink slime” filler. The use of meat treated with ammonium hydroxide has dropped significantly after the pink slime controversy peaked in 2012. Other types of foods continue to be treated with ammonium hydroxide, but without the same outcry.
10. Fast food
5 most loved and hated fast-food restaurants. By … this month that it’s spending $100 million a year to eliminate artificial … ranked as America’s third most-disliked fast-food chain.
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1. List of Hardcore Pawn episodes
operated pawn shop in Detroit, Michigan’s 8 Mile Road corridor. The series, which was preceded by two pilot episodes in 2009, premiered on August 16, 2010….
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2. Lee Gordon (promoter)
other major joint venture was another idea that proved to be somewhat ahead of its time for Australia – the first drive-in fast food restaurant in Sydney,…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee Gordon (promoter)