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5 hrs ago | Townhall
Believing that fast food companies pay their unskilled labor low wages primarily because they are greedy capitalist pigs, protestors flocked to McDonalds and Wendy's last Thursday.
9 hrs ago | Springfield News-Leader
For nearly 40 years, Sheldon "Red" Chaney and his wife, Julia Chaney, were known for their friendly manner and popular diner cooking at Red's Giant Hamburg, a restaurant on Chestnut Expressway near College Street that gained national attention and is still remembered with fondness by locals.
Across the United States, fast food workers have been striking in an effort to draw attention to their low wage problem.
Fast food restaurants are becoming increasingly dangerous to eat at lately, especially once we started realizing all the disgusting things some employees do to the food.
In a letter to the senior management of Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt Ltd, the JV, Bakshi made it clear on Thursday that he was still the boss.
Nearly one hundred cities saw striking fast food workers earlier this week. No longer confined to just major metropolitan cities like New York City, the strikes spread to dozens of other cities that hadn't before seen fast food worker walkouts, like Richmond and Detroit.
This week, they were back, with protests that reached Wausau and Stevens Point. Here's our take on the issue: We do not endorse the stated aim of the protests, which was to inspire lawmakers to more than double the minimum wage from $7.25 to $15.
A Wendy's employee who dropped a partially smoked joint into a customer's cheeseburger has been fired and charged with marijuana possession.
"You can order a cup of melted cheese at both Wendys and Arbys and dip your fries, nuggets, whatever in it," writes FFandMMfan .
Metro Atlanta fast food employees yesterday joined workers and labor activists in an estimated 100 cities across the country and protested outside restaurants to call for higher pay and the right to join unions without retaliation.
Two-year-old Kaliyah Austin vomited. Before calling the doctor, LaShonna Delgardo, the toddler's single mom, made a 7:45 a.m. call to her Dunkin' Donuts supervisor on November 21. The response from her supervisor, Delgardo's fourth in a year, wasn't good.
The Greensboro Police Department said it responded to two robbery situations--an armed robbery and an attempted armed robbery--that occurred at two Greensboro fast food restaurants within seven hours of each other.
Following yesterday's fast food workers strike for higher wages - a continuation of the protests that have been happening for months - the Daily Show's Jon Stewart takes a look at the arguments against raising the minimum wage.
A local group of Penn and Temple students held a "flash" performance inside a McDonald's in University City last night, calling on higher wages for fast food workers.
Fast-food workers in hundreds of U.S. cities staged a day of strikes and rallies on Thursday to demand higher wages, saying the pay was too low to feed a family and forced most to accept public assistance.