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Burger King to Enter Chicken Sandwich Wars With the Ch'King
"See another summer of chicken sandwich wars? Maybe Burger King will introduce its new breaded chicken sandwich called the Checking on June 3rd. The Burger chain says it worked on the recipe for two years. It started right after sister chain Popeye's rolled out the sandwich that ignited the frenzy in the summer of 2019.
Here are the proposed phases for reopening the San Antonio economy
"Mayor Ron Nirenberg officially announced the extension of San Antonio stay at home order a little bit of buzz about bad the city council voted to extend the stay home work safe order that was provided by the judge and and I yesterday that is extended now to may nineteenth and that means that low good businesses are partially rope in everything from retail stores restaurants malls movie theaters all allowed to reopen but all at twenty five percent capacity and of course your social distancing guidelines stay in place the mayor says it'll be up to residents to make sure the re opened establishments comply with the order civil penalties are not out of the realm of possibility for those establishments that don't comply as not just small business owners whose budgets have been blasted by this coronavirus cities also taking ahead thanks to decrease tax collections that's why many members of Congress want the next round of relief to include funding for local government congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas predicting some pretty big gaps people are going out and spending money in a great way because they don't have it just before the court so the federal government is going to have to really step in here and close these big budget holes and this doesn't bode well he says the most help needs to go to cities that rely on tourism because that sector of the economy will be much slower to return well the number of restaurants will resume dine in service today but again at that twenty five percent capacity Emily knight heads the Texas restaurant association says she'll be holding her breath it's a big day internally for Texas and for our restaurant community but we can tell that the nation's watching and so the way we walk through this again are reopening process I think we're gonna teach the other states a lot recent survey found that about half of all Texas restaurants will open today but the smaller ones they're going to stay close there watching all the big ones operate what a burgers dining rooms aren't even re opening just yet even though the governor gave the go ahead for them to open but the popular San Antonio based burger chain says it's doing just fine with drive through and curbside pickup for the time
Angry small businesses: Shake Shack gets money but we don't?
"Ruth's Chris steak house harbored in the burger chain shake shack just a few of the big entities the cut payroll protection program money using a loophole while many small business owners left with nothing in the program ran out of cash shake shack is now returning it's ten million dollar government handout the very people who see the needed aren't getting it as soon as we get understand that we have other access to capital we had the opportunity to take care of our company for the long term we are returning our ten million Czech Czech CEO Randy Garutti on
Under Fire, Shake Shack Returns $10 Million in Small Business Funds
"Big news yesterday. Burger chains shake shack is returning. It's ten million dollars. Pp loan that people of course is short for the payment protection program. That's part of the Federal Government's cares act. It was touted as a bailout for small business. The low interest loans forgivable if at least three quarters of the money is used to keep workers on payroll but a number of large publicly traded companies including certain shake shack managed to get multimillion dollar loans before the program ran out of funds last Thursday that angered millions of owners of considerably smaller businesses. Who were locked out of the program? Here's what happened. The PPI was intended for businesses with fewer than five hundred employees. The Small Business Administration's definition of small business but it included a clause that allowed companies with multiple locations to apply as long as there were fewer than five hundred workers at each location shake. Shack is public company. Employing eight thousand people across close to two hundred stores in the US. It's valued at one point. Seven billion dollars according to Forbes but fewer than forty five people make burgers and fries at any single shake shack store that's far below the PP's single location cab. When the program was announced the company had already furloughed or laid off about one thousand workers so shake shack applied for the P and it turns out. They weren't the only multimillion dollar company to do so other applicants included. Ruth's Chris Steak House. Three hundred million dollar cruise line and four hundred million dollar data storage company and that's created a big problem for small businesses. According to Bloomberg two percent of the firms approved for loans got thirty percent of the total funds Solo preneurs and small businesses faced with the prospect of going out of business permanently. Were furious to learn that more than a dozen public companies with revenues greater than one hundred million dollars had received portions of the funds leaving little for them according to Bloomberg four inches. Ruth's Chris employs almost six thousand people. It's sales topped half a billion dollars. Last year. It received twenty million dollars in P. Money. Four hundred million dollar pot belly corporation chain of sandwich shops also employs six thousand people. It received million dollars in the low interest funds. Bloomberg's Ed but shake shack has since apologized for applying for the loan in an open letter. Sunday. Owner Danny Meyer and CEO Randy. Rudy said the. Pp's initial guidance was confusing. They wrote quoting here. The best chance of keeping our teams working off the unemployment line and hiring back are furloughed laid off employees would be to apply now in hoped things would be clarified in time close quote. They were losing more than a million dollars a week. At that time last week the company was able to sell equity on the public market and raise one hundred fifty million dollars as a result Meyer. Garate decided to return their peop- funds quoting again so that those restaurants who need it most can get it now. They said in a statement. They acknowledged their good fortune and having access to other funds and said until every restaurant that needs it has had the same opportunity to receive assistance. We're returning hours. Well responses ran the gamut from laudatory to highly critical some observers praised owner Danny Meyer is noble and pledged to be lifelong customers others were livid saying restaurant. Chains should never have applied in the first place. It'll take time to see whether public opinion will tilt toward shake shack or against it. However the company's actions received a hearty congratulations in one place by Monday. Evening it stock was up seven percent. In contrast. Ruth's Chris fell seven percent. Potbellies was also down by yesterday afternoon. No other major restaurant chains or public companies had stepped forward to follow shake shacks lead
Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints
"Business groups are crying foul after it was announced that some big restaurant chains have obtained loans under relief program meant to help businesses stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis the three hundred and fifty billion dollar program ran out of money on Friday Ruth's Chris steak house and pot bellies said they'd obtain the maximum ten million dollar loan under the paycheck protection program New York based burger chain shake shack which employs nearly eight thousand workers across a hundred and eighty nine outlets says it's secured alternative funding and will return its loan to get smaller restaurants a chance to get government money the trump administration and Congress are working on an agreement for an aid package that could include up to three hundred billion dollars to boost the loan program I'm Jennifer king
Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints
"The three hundred and fifty billion dollar program ran out of money on Friday Ruth's Chris steak house and pot bellies said they'd obtain the maximum ten million dollar loan under the paycheck protection program New York based burger chain shake shack which employs nearly eight thousand workers across a hundred and eighty nine outlets says it's secured alternative funding and will return its loan to get smaller restaurants a chance to get government money the trump administration and Congress are working on an agreement for an aid package that could include up to three hundred billion dollars to boost the loan program I'm Jennifer king
Burger chain Shake Shack to return $10 million government loan
"Reporting burger chain shake shack says it will return a government small business loan it received to help whether the corona virus crisis company officials say they were able to get extra funding late last week through an equity transaction and decided to immediately return the ten million dollar loan from the government's paycheck protection
"burger chains" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Been done sooner at the plant company says difficulty in getting masks and thermal scanners lead to delays in implementing safety measures management did add a hand sanitizing stations and was scanning employee temperatures before the plant closed Tom or Gotti fox news the burger chain shake shack's enabled return a small business loan to god to help whether the coronavirus crisis after obtaining other funding the company's CEO is founder saying they were able to get extra funding late last week for an equity transactions so they decided to immediately return a ten million dollar paycheck protection loan obtained through the cares at all Stevens and this is mark from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center partly to mostly cloudy and breezy today with a shower maybe a thunder shower this afternoon looking to about sixty two Minneapolis Saint Paul winded northwest gusting to thirty five tonight down to thirty tomorrow sunshine high of fifty three I'm meteorologist Shawn cable on Twin Cities newstalk eight AM eleven thirty currently it's thirty seven being there matters in your United States Navy protects and defends America on the world's oceans around the globe around the clock maybe ships submarines and aircraft and most importantly tens of thousands of America's finest young men and women are ready to defend America with pirates global disaster strikes or when called upon by the commander in chief your baby is there when it comes.
How Dave Thomas Built Wendy's
"In one thousand nine hundred eighty two rex. David Thomas was born to an unwed. Mother who gave him up for adoption would be raised in poverty by his adoptive father and grandmother and the boy who went by Dave began working in the food service industry at the tender age of twelve after serving the Korean War. As a cook and Mess Sergeant Thomas Partner with a different sort of military man. Colonel Sanders himself. In helping to expand the Kentucky Fried Chicken Franchise in the Midwest and among Dave Thomas's suggestions to the white suited in White Bread. Bert Baron was to appear in. Kfc's advertising his own mascot advice. That Thomas would later take himself after founding the Square Patty Burger chain. He named after his beloved daughter. As CEO of Wendy's Thomas would appear in hundreds of TV ads becoming a household name as a friendly. Grandpa with effortless. Homespun charisma like a bizarro. Papa John and as opposed to brothers Dick and Mac McDonald who had their chain legally pilfered by sinister franchising kingpin. Ray KROC Thomas Retain Day to day. Control the chain. He founded up until his
Enjoy The Extra Day Off! More Bosses Give 4-Day Workweek A Try
"Suppose your boss offered you this. A full week's pay working only four days a week on one condition that you get a full week of work done in that compressed amount of time a growing number of companies are doing just that and liking the results so much so the four day week has gone from niche workplace concept to a growing global trend. Npr's Yuki Noguchi reports now even American employers are eyeing at shake shack ran an experiment a year and a half ago managers at some stores would only work four days a week. The Burger chains president. Tara Camman says staff loved it being able to take kids to school. You know a day. A week will one day less of having to pay for daycare for example recruitment spiked one word spread the company recently expanded its trial to a third of its hundred sixty four stores that for shake shack to find time savings elsewhere like using computers to track supplies of ground beef for example. It was a way to increase flexibility. Corporate Environment have had flexible work policies for awhile now. That's not so easy to do in the restaurant. Business working four days a week might sound crazy especially this phones and email reminding us of our jobs twenty four seven but in some places the four day concept is taking off like a viral mean. Many employers aren't just moving to ten hour shifts four days a week as shake shack. They're going to a thirty two hour week without cutting pay last month. A Washington State. Senator introduced a bill to shorten the WORKWEEK Russian. Prime Minister Dmitry. Medvedev did the same. Britain and Finland are considering similar moves. Last summer Microsoft's trial in Japan led to a surprising bump in sales and a decrease in electricity bills. Much of this is thanks to Andrew Barnes from New Zealand. He never intended to become a global evangelist. This was not a journey. I expected to be on. Barnes's CEO of Perpetual Guardian and Estate Planning Company. He used to believe long hours. Were good for business. But he also understood the toll. They took on employees and their families especially on mental health so two years ago he used perpetual Guardian. And it's two hundred forty workers as guinea pigs quarter. This is the people on not productive for every hour. Every minute of the day there in the office. So Barnes cut distractions. The biggest target meetings fewer and shorter meetings saved a huge amount of time. So did curtailing office Chitchat. He monitored social media. You've got rid of open floor offices. All this barn says made it easier to focus deeper on the work. Remarkably employees got more work. Done logging fewer hours sales and profits grew employees commuted less and were happier. The company didn't police. How workers spent their time. But if performance slipped the company could revert back to the full week schedule. Barnes says that alone motivated workers. Perpetual Guardian story went viral and things went haywire for Barnes and frankly I couldn't drink enough coffee to deal with the number of companies that approached us. Demand was so Great Barn. Set up a foundation to promote the four day WORKWEEK. Ironically he's been working a lot of overtime you only get one chance to change the world and it's my responsibilities at least on this one to see if I can influence the world for the better to date. Most of that interest has not come from American companies and indeed. The four day week doesn't work everywhere not only niggles heard from other leaders who say it didn't work for them. She says it fails when employees aren't motivated and where managers don't trust employees. Niggle is co founder and CEO of wild bit a Philadelphia Software Company. That moved to afford a week three years ago. She says it's been a success. We had shipped more features than we had in recent years We felt more productive. Quality of our work increased so then we just kept going with it. Personally she says it gives her time to rest her brain which helps solve complex problems. You can ask my teachers multiple times or somebody's like on Sunday morning. I woke up and I was like I figured it out. It's been about a month since Michael parlow started working a four day week. It was a perk of his new job as a budget analyst in Westminster Colorado. He works ten hours Monday through Thursday or as he puts it until the job is done. He says he much prefers the new way. Because it is about like getting your work done more so than feeding the clock that freeze Fridays up for life many delightful tours like talking to an NPR reporter or visits to the DMV for instance. Today we're going to go and get our license plates but that also frees up the weekends for you know the weekend Gucci and Pr News Washington.
Southern burger chain Krystal files for bankruptcy
"Street a burger chain that's been a fixture especially in the southeastern US for decades files for bankruptcy protection crystals citing debts of up to one hundred million dollars chapter eleven filing just a few months after the company announced new executives into franchising initiative crystals is the second oldest burger chain in the U. S. behind white castle both specializing in small square
McDonald's fires CEO over relationship with employee
"Let's take a look at McDonald's at chief executive Steve Easterbrook it's because he has been fired that off to having a consensual relationship with an employee let's get details of the mixed anything the greeting the burger chain says Easterbrook exercise poor judgment and the relationship when against company policy McDonald's is promoting Chris camps in ski in Easter Brooks place can since he joined McDonald's in twenty fifteen to oversee global strategy business development and innovation he most recently served as president of the U. S. business Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg
Police raid Nigerian 'torture house'.
"Coming up on the news Hundreds Friedrich in Kaduna police raid on a Nigerian torture house trump impeachment inquiry whistle blower is a CIA officer and McDonald's Joins Beyond Meat Bandwagon with tests on plant based PATTIES. It's Friday September twenty seven. I'm Anthony Davis a nearly five hundred men and boys have been rescued from building in the northern city of Kaduna where the detainees were allegedly sexually abused and tortured Nigerian police said children as young as five were among those in chains what was thought to be an Islamic school. Officers said could do police chief. Ally Jange said the building was raided after a tip-off about suspicious activity he described a house of torture and the place of human slavery eight suspects ex- most of them teachers were arrested. The police chief said the detainees some with injuries and starved of food overjoyed to be freed. The detainees said they had been tortured. Sexually abused stopped and prevented from leaving in some cases for several years. Some of the children told police AH relatives had taken their believing the building to be a Koranic school. Islamic schools are popular in the region but they have long been allegations of abuse in some MM. Schools and pupils forced to beg for money on the streets. One parent said they did not know their children would face this kind of harsh condition. The captives is sheltering at a camp where their families are arriving to identify them. The government will continue to provide medical care for the men and boys the whistle blower. WHO's complained has led to an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump is a CIA officer who worked at the White House. The whistle blower says senior White House officials trying to lock down all details of a phone call between between Mr Trump and the Ukrainian President House Speaker Nancy Pelosi voiced concern today over Donald Trump's comments that suggested retaliation nation against people who helped the intelligence whistle blower White House officials took extraordinary steps to lockdown information on trump's call even moving moving a transcript of it to a secret computer system according to the whistle blowers complaint trump lashed out yesterday saying whoever provided information to the whistle blower is close to a spy trump suggested that was treason an act punishable by death. Pelosi said the house panels conducting the impeachment probe will make sure this no retaliation against people who provided information in the case McDonald's will test a new plant lettuce and tomato sandwich using beyond meat patties in some restaurants in Canada next week following major rivals bets on the plant based Protein Mania in North America shares of beyond meat jumped sixteen percent immediately after the announcement and and later part gains to trade nine percent higher the shares of roughly tripled in value since the company's listing on the stock market in May McDonald's stock was up marginally originally the world's largest burger chain joins Tim Hortons. KFC and Dunkin brands in adding products made with beyond meat patties to you their menus as consumers grow more concerned about health and the impact of industrial animal farming on climate change. The plant based market is expected to explode explode to an estimated one hundred and forty billion dollars over the next decade beyond meet a pioneer of plant based meat substitutes is competing thing with Silicon Valley based impossible foods for dominance of the market McDonald's rival Burger King and impossible foods teamed up in April for the US rollout of a plump based wallpaper. The impossible burger is also sold at White Castle and at Disney theme parks impossible burger contains soy soy protein whereas beyond meat is from pea protein. McDonald said the twelve week test would allow it to learn more about real world implications serving the P. L. T. including customer demand and impact on restaurant operations. You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP. Ask Your Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill. We'll follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
Texans are Hopping Mad about Sale of Whataburger
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business daily. Happy Friday, one and all sometimes success backfires on you. That might be the case with water burger cult favorite burger chain. Founded in Corpus Christi Texas back in nineteen fifty founder, Harmon Dobson's vision was to offer a made to order, five inch burger huge time that would prompt diners to exclaim, what a burger it worked in spades over the last sixty nine years. The chain grew in two thousand one the Texas legislature named water burger a Texas treasure today. There are more than eight hundred watt burgers in ten states with annual sales of more than two billion dollars. But until this month, it remained family owned on June fourteenth Dobson's announce they sold a controlling interest to merchant Bank in Chicago which intends to further expand, what a burger, but here's where the chains vary status as Tex. Sys- treasure hurts Texans are livid in Austin, a fan posted a sign saying, dear Chicago. If you hurt her kill you an Instagram post showing a picture of the sign got more than sixteen thousand likes and comments like, don't Chicago, my water burger and naturally dough mess with Texas. They warned the new owners to keep their hands off the menu, the burger recipe the catch up and even the mustard. Many commenters asked why the family didn't sell to an investor in Texas, y'all when you build a company with a following his rabbit as water burgers will change in ownership and expansion is a very tricky thing. Indeed, the company needs to maintain its identity, even as it scales up beyond the difficulty of family succession after three generations. What a burger may feel the need to expand to compete with its rivals. Arguably, its biggest rival is every hamburger chains biggest McDonald's, but suggest any what a burger loving Texan. The McDonald's has anything in common. With their favorite burger place and you may get run out of state. So who poses the biggest problem for what a burger one possibility dare I say it is Irvine, California based in and out burger, which Texas monthly reports has as big a cult following in California, as water burger does at home in and out recently expanded into the Lone Star state horrifying Texans who are already unhappy with an influx of Californians into the state much less their hamburgers, the seventy year old west coast chain, though, does pose a threat to what a burger at home prompting taste tests, competitions in columns about who's burgers, really best. Spoiler alert here, despite lauding in an out withdrew worthy compliments, Texas. Monthly's blind taste testers ruled what water burger to be best hands down. Well over its seven decades in existence. Family owned in and out burger has been expanding even more cautiously than what a burger it has some three hundred locations compared to what a burgers, eight hundred but recently crossed, not just the Texas State line, but also Colorado's where it plans to open fifty new stores. Both companies face competition from other fast rising chains to shake shack five guys in smash burger could give either one or both a run for their money. So where will what a burger go next and we'll Texans ever forgive them. Chicago's. And obvious guests as is the mid west in general, and at least one, a communist familiar with what a burgers, new owner speculates that it plans, an expansion nationally along the lines of McDonald's and Burger King, but not to worry, Texas. He says they'll keep what makes water burger, whatever and just help spread Texas culture across the country. Now that's the way to play it. And that might just take the sting out of this deal for disappointed, Texas. From wondering this business daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane apples in brand, the Sutherland, this week's editor our executive producers, marshal Louis created by non Lopez. More wondering I'm David Brown a we'll see next week. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.
"burger chains" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The burger chain has been bought by BT capital partners, based in Chicago. They specialized in buying and running businesses like this, what a burger will remain in San Antonio. And there'll be a local leadership team in charge according to a news. Release the Dobson family, which started what a burger in Corpus Christi in the fifties will hold a minority ownership stake. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w OA I San Antonio man was found not guilty of murder is now under arrest on assault accusations. Police say Gabriel Merano pulled a gun on a woman yesterday afternoon and beater. He's being held on a million dollars bond. A jury acquitted him last year and the two thousand fourteen deadly beating a drug dealer. A very county sheriff's detention deputy is set to be fired following her arrest on accusations of DWI sheriff how they'd or Salazar's is deputy Nancy. Cruise has been given proposed dismissal for an ongoing lack of sound judgment. Cruise was taken into cuss. Custody late last night. When state trooper said, she was driving drunk with child and our car, the Twenty-three-year-old had been on unpaid administrative leave since April due to attendance issues. The family of along time, litter bond employees plans to sue the company over his death, three weeks ago. The widow of forty five year old Jose Toledo, and his daughters say, they believe his death on the job was heat related paramedics were unable to revive Toledo at a schlitterbahn in green, where he was working instead of his usual workplace in new braunfels. His family is higher. The same lawyer, who successfully sued schlitterbahn, after boy was killed at their parking Kansas City, Senator Cory Booker Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Representative to Aurora or just some of the names and the first group for the first two thousand twenty democratic presidential debate at lineup was announced today with a group of twenty being split into two. The second group will include former vice president, Joe Biden, Senator, Kamala, Harris, southbound mayor, Pete Buddha, judge. And Senator Bernie Sanders, NBC news, a moderate that debate set to take place, June, twenty-sixth, then twenty-seventh in Miami in a wide. And ranging interview. President Trump addressed recent tanker attacks off the coast of Iran and comments, he made about campaigns and foreign governments Iran denies it. But President Trump is pointing the finger at Tehran and attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Amman, essentially Iran written all over it. They're a nation of Tara. The president also clarifying comments he made to ABC news. He will listen to her on a political opponent from a foreign agent. Anybody would present me with anything because they know how much I love this country. President Trump telling FOX and friends, he would report anything bad to the FBI, and the attorney general Democrats called his comments un-american breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime.
"burger chains" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Burger chain has been bought by capital partners, based in Chicago. They specialized in buying and running businesses like this, what a burger will remain in San Antonio. And there'll be a local leadership team in charge according to a news. Release the Dobson family, which started what a burger in Corpus Christi in the fifties will hold a minority ownership stake. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w is San Antonio man, who was found not guilty of murders now under arrest on assault accusations. Police say Gabriel Merano pulled a gun on a woman yesterday afternoon and beater. He's being held on a million dollars bond. A jury acquitted him last year and the two thousand fourteen deadly beating of a drug dealer. A bear county sheriff's detention deputy is set to be fired following her arrest on accusations of DWI sheriff, how these are Salazar's is deputy Nancy. Cruise has been given propose dismissal for an ongoing lack of sound judgment. Cruise was taken into. Custody late last night. When state trooper said, she was driving drunk with a child, and her car, and the Twenty-three-year-old had been on unpaid administrative leave since April due to attendance issues, the family of a longtime schlitterbahn employees plans to sue the company over his death, three weeks ago. The widow of forty five year old Jose Toledo, and his daughters say, they believe his death on the job was heat related paramedics were unable to revive Toledo at a schlitterbahn in green, where he was working instead of his usual workplace in new braunfels. His family is higher the same lawyer who successfully sued schlitterbahn after a boy was killed at their parking Kansas. City Senator Cory Booker Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Representative to Aurora or just some of the names and the first group for the first two thousand twenty democratic presidential debate at lineup was announced today with a group of twenty being split into two. The second group will include former vice president, Joe Biden, Senator, Kamala, Harris, southbound, mayor, p Buddha, judge, and Senator Bernie Sanders, NBC news, a moderate that debate set to take place, June twenty-sixth, then twenty-seventh in Miami in a way. Wide ranging interview. President Trump addressed recent tanker attacks off the coast of Iran and comments, he made about campaigns and foreign governments Iran denies it. But President Trump is pointing the finger at Tehran and attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Amman. Essentially Iran written all over it. They're a nation of Tara, the president also clarifying comments, he made to ABC news. He will listen to date on a political opponent from a foreign agent. Anybody would present me with anything bed because they know how much I love this country. President Trump telling FOX and friends, he would report anything bad to the FBI, and the attorney general Democrats called his comments un-american breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime W A, I dot com. Brought to you by I mart credit union. I'm Carrie Lockie on News Radio twelve hundred W A. I live.
Everything. Mcdonald, Supermac And EU discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"Everything. Mcdonald's lost a trademark battle over the Big Mac in Europe. British reports say the EU those regulators have given the right to an Irish burger chain called supermax to expand. Mcdonald's argue the name supermac was too close to the name of its burger
"burger chains" Discussed on KTRH
"The popular burger chain rolled out the new item earlier this month to replace an earlier cinnamon roll some customers are begging water burger to bring back the earlier one others are saying that new cinnamon roll is much better than before. What a burger says it changed the item after taste test panels and research into culinary trends. The bottom line is that cinnamon rolls sales are up thirty percent. Rachel estrada. Newsradio seven forty KTAR. H the Monday night football circus is at energy stadium tonight is the seven and three Texans. Take on the old Houston Oilers. The Tennessee titans game time seven fifteen and the rockets are in DC to take on the way. Wizards coverage starts at five on sports talk seven ninety. We pick up the game in progress here on KTAR, h at seven o'clock down more of the Sean Hannity show. I'm Scott cutter new you've said and forty KTAR age. Come. Close entry into the country for period of time until we can get it. Can get it under control entire. I mean, the border. I still don't think it's gonna make a criminal case collusion's not criminal. When a man is tough. He's called affected by get some names called because if you're active as a woman, then they have to undermine you. Because that's a real threat holding them accountable. Sean gets.
Burger restaurant closed after viral video shows employees cooking rat on grill
"Day a Hawaii based burger chain closes a restaurant for cleaning after a video of employees grilling a rat went viral ABC's, Alex Jones says a company is now exploring legal action Snapchat video appears to show. A worker at Teddy's bigger burgers cooking. A rat on the grill daddy's bigger burgers says it is cleaning that restaurant and his fired to employees who appeared in the video. The president of the company says he is horrified. The teenage employee's conduct themselves in that
McDonalds Asks: Want Career Counseling with That?
"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business wars daily on this Monday, November twelfth McDonald's isn't exactly anyone's idea of career counseling service. But late last month the burger chain kicked off a strategy intended to beef up the number of teens willing to sling fries for minimum wage. They're encouraging them. Not to think of it. That way McDonald says the new program will help teens understand how flipping burgers can be a stepping stone to their ultimate careers in fields like entertainment, healthcare, tech, entrepreneurship and the restaurant business. It also make potential employees more aware of existing perks, like tuition assistance, finally a lucky handful of workers will trade their uniforms in for a day spent with an influence her including a surgeon and author and the rapper yeahs. The greatest has McDonald's. Suddenly come down with a case of altruism. Nah, chalk it up to supply and demand. This year. Saw the worst labor shortage crisis in decades for the restaurant industry and far beyond the most recent government jobs report released on election day showed seven million open jobs in the US as of September. At massive number means businesses that rely on low skill cheap. Labor are scrambling to hire workers from typically under employed groups. Both older folks and kids when it comes to hiring teens. This means McDonald's, and it's fast food friends are no longer poaching from lawn mowing in babysitting services now they're competing with tech and manufacturing companies most teens who want to work have no shortage of suitors. And so now, they can choose not just a fifty cent pay hike, but a place where they'll learn good skills for future careers in this scenario, deep fryer techniques, don't exactly bubble to the top in some corners. Mcdonald's is getting burned by critics who say if the chain would simply raise its wages. It would have all the workers. It needs still McDonald's. New plan is just on simmer. Now, and it's unclear whether it'll heat up the chains hiring success or not. And where McDonald's goes so goes, the industry the question may no longer be do you want fries with that? Now, it could be do you want career planning with your paycheck? From wondering, I'm David Brown. Hey, while you're grabbing your quick lunch. Just take another second. Give us a five star rating on apple podcast Schuylkill, podcasts, Stitcher, or your favorite listening, apple juice, banks be back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.
"burger chains" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"All these options, which is podcast it as well. Right. Good options posted every minute. According as long as long as we're just promoing the heck out of everything. Don't forget, Pat gray unleashed more on trivia is back. All right in the the first time in a long time. We've done it. But we're five win one loss. Yeah. I mean, it's been a great season. So far, right. Looking good. So very cool. Check that out. We've had some very some very intelligent contestants. As always always as always even worse in the morning. Offi and they're going to be trying to answer these questions hard to get him on the line, though, more. Good morning. Yeah. That's going to be hard. So Jeffrey, what do you have today? Well, this is the last couple of days of me working. And I'm sure you're happy about that. But you know, I'm gonna you know, the lotto Powerball, oh, you're gonna win it this time nine hundred million win it every time though, you say nine hundred million dollars Friday's drawing for which one. Mega mega. Yeah. For Friday's drawing. The either Powerball they didn't win they didn't and on Saturday. That's four hundred and thirty million as a right play just with different tax break. That's not even worth are you to bother to enter either one of these. Yes. Yes. Oh my gosh. Yes. We strategy. Once we lose hope stew, and then the country's gone. Hope from the lottery don't play the lottery the terrorists win. Yes. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. The cash payout though from a mega five hundred thirteen million. That's not bad. We'll put I hate this. So this is like NFL contract. So I decided to ten year nine hundred billion dollar contract. One hundred thousand is guaranteed. Tell me what the contract is the same thing. If the payout is five hundred thirteen million dollars. Then the lottery is five hundred and thirteen million dollars. It's not nine hundred. Yeah. You don't have to get the pass to take the twenty or thirty. If you don't get the payout. Because that money's not gonna guarantee that money won't be there. Yeah. What is the actual? If you were to take the annual. What would you get, you know? No, I don't because I know again, like I said if you were to do that you'd be dumb. Back. I mean, I cannot take it take all of that. You can there's an argument for let's say a Jeffy, okay. May not fiscally responsible is that argument. At least there. Hey, there's a check coming in for the next thirty years. At least you'll know you'll live the next thirty years. But you know, I mean, you can't guarantee your health so jiffy very well may die of multiple ailments and diseases. We holds but still at least there'd be money coming is that argument, but the the worst argument, I think in today's world is that that money's not going to be there. Lotteries that are there was some in Indiana for awhile that were saying, you know, what we're gonna pay you. But we can't pay you right now, we were already started. Wow. Hmm? Illinois that said. Yeah. So five thirteen upfront and after taxes that would be what three fifty three eighty something like that. That's a lot of money. That's how you get three eighty and Bank that you're set forever in solar generations of your family. If you're not a moron. If you're a moron gone by next week. But if you're not a moron. That will last for generations of of. Yeah. That's a family fortune forever. Continue to grow. Yeah. It should be forever. Your great great grandfather won the lottery. That's why I'm not doing anything. I mean. That's that's not bad. Yeah. You went both. Woo. Now, you're talking now you're talking life. Here's your life with five hundred thirteen million would not be that great. But if you could add on a couple. Now, you'd be right. Take some vacation. And you're like, you know, I'm gonna get thirty percent. When I go out to a restaurant. That's when that starts happening. It's that time when you get like nine hundred. Yeah. Nine fifty. Is it time to stop that the author of the waiters expecting tips. Is it time to stop the restaurants pay the waiters a decent wage? And then I don't have to worry about paying that tip unless they do an outstanding job because now they expect expect me to pay their salaries. I had a very high level job as a Chili's waiter for a couple of years and the minimum wage at the time. I believe it was four twenty seven an hour, and you've got to and I got to twelve I remember getting thank you. Our was my hourly wealth, of course, that's reason is because you're getting tips, and you're going well over the minimum wage, right? And of course, you know, it was it was not hard to get two dollars an hour in tips. Even for me when I was a crappy waiter, but to twelve at our check would come in after two weeks, it'd be like sixty dollars. Wouldn't even cash it worth it. Yeah. It was almost dumb probably spend sixty bucks again to the various. Yeah. Yeah. That's ridiculous. A bad. There's also for you, Stu Muslim can of you all's reading this new study on the burger chains having failing grades with their antibiotic use in their meat. I know I know twenty five burger chains reveal a very different pattern. Now, there's a new study the chain-reaction burger edition, and if you thought it was gonna be slanted. No that's produced by consumer reports along with the center for food safety friends of the earth the food animal concerns trust the natural resources. The US public interest research group, those are some of my favorite agents. Thank you the earth in the the resource defense council, those are two I mean, you wanna talk about awful environmental organizations. Those are the top of the list, but high use of antibiotics in the beef industry is terrible. Scare people. It's terrible. Right. So there's there's only two restaurants that fast food chains that got as in their belief that they don't use any beef with antibiotics burger fi which I've never been to never heard of that and shake shack. Right. I know all that. Yeah. I wanna check. Let's go to let's go right now. Leave right now and go I just kind of want to put the microphone. Go good all the other fast food restaurants failed except for Wendy's. Who got a D minus because they have now committed to sourcing a small percentage of beef. Who minimize don't? They don't eliminate. But producers who minimize the loss of medically important antibiotics. So once in a while you're going to get a burger with doesn't have anybody on. What is what is the antibiotic and the burger doing to us is it is making a claim their claim is that it's making us resistant resistant to change hardcore left wing environmentalist groups are saying there's bad things in there. Right watch. I bet means absolutely nothing to me. I'm guessing there's worse things than Atta -biotics there. Like cow poop. Oh, yeah. Because some of this stuff is not done. Really? Well, yeah. Did you see this report on LaCroix water that came out? I think it was this week. Water sparkling like oh, yeah. I would say it's fruit flavor. But it's not if you've ever had a drink of it like you could be like what is that? Oh, I can teach the tad bit of lime. As on flavored like. My opinion, not I'm not a fan, but they tried to come out the same thing. Like, oh, well, there's an ingredient here that's included in this terrible thing. And and you go, of course, of course, at the end of the day. There's absolutely nothing to the report because that is what you know, medical journalism has come to. It's especially about food. They just try to say like, well, this ingredient is included in some other thing. That sounds scary. Of course, you don't eat nearly enough to come close to any problematic area. We are constantly. We can't miss some of us. I should say that with Jeffrey in the room is a good point. Jeff. Obviously to be concerned. If you're eating as much as nine horses, would he? Well, okay. Jeffy falls into that category. So, but we get so scared about these things and and ninety nine percent of it is nothing like, it, you go, and you can have all the things that they say you can never touch. You can have as long as you don't go crazy with them as long as you're not constantly eating them. All the time. You're going to be okay. And honestly, most of the stuff, even if you are eating it all the time, you're probably going to be okay, pretty resilient creatures here. This is from a guy who's who's in the past drank roundup. Yeah. So, you know. Commercial my viewpoint. But yes, I have had a. Here and there to prove that that as well. You still on this planet? I'm still alive making headway with the chicken company with with the companies that are using chickens because you've got the peninsula and Chick-fil-A number one. They use chickens without antibiotics did you says the Al Sharpton, pronunciation of Chipotle? She accepted the results. Anything? I I seriously. I I can't see it on the sign. I can't re- AAA its Chipo lake. Romney went to Chipotle. Okay. To a Chipo lake. Montage. Sharpton can't read the teleprompter. I can't call them everything else. But that no I'm sorry. That's the name. But this good that subway and Taco Bell. They're all trying to play along with their chicken. You know, they using chickens with less antibiotics zero antibiotics, so we're good there. But my favorite story is we've talked a little bit about this pet show week or so ago, the gluten free dishes that are at restaurants now that everybody so well, there's everybody is has to be gluten free now. Yeah. Everybody is gluten nobody if you're a sequel yak or whatever that is. That's one thing. If you have the disease, you probably shouldn't have glue, and look, and there's very few people that how dare you. How dare Pat gray? There's approximately one percent of the US population with that disease. Oh why? Three percent of people avoiding. There's a there's a weird like this happens with a lot of these issues where like people are mad at you for accusing them of not having. That's a great thing. You know what? Includes my daughter because for a while she was on that. Oh, yeah. You don't have. The.
"burger chains" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Your life with five hundred thirteen million would not be that great. But if you could add on a couple of her. Now, you'd be right. Take some vacation. And you're like, you know, I'm gonna get thirty percent. When I go out to a restaurant. That's when that starts happening. It's that time when you get to like nine hundred. Yeah. Nine fifty. Is it time to stop that the author of the waiters expecting tips. Is it time to stop? The restaurants pay the waiters a decent wage. And then I don't have to worry about paying that tip unless they do an outstanding job because now they expected expect me to pay their salaries. Backed it. I had a very high level job as a Chili's waiter for a couple of years and the minimum wage at the time. I believe it was four twenty seven an hour. And I got to twelve we're getting thank you. Well, our my was my hourly wealth, of course, that's why the reason is because you're getting tips, and you're going well over the minimum wage, right? And and you did of course, you know, it was it was not hard to get two dollars an hour in tips. Even for me when I was a crappy waiter, but to twelve at our check would come in after two weeks, it'd be like sixty dollars. Cash it worth it. Yeah. It was almost dumb probably spend sixty bucks to the various. Yeah. Yeah. That's ridiculous. As bad. You know, there's also for you, Stu I was thinking of you as I was reading this new study on the burger chains having failing grades with their antibiotic use in their meat. I know I know twenty five burger chains reveal a very different pattern. Now, there's a new study the chain-reaction burger edition, and if you thought it was going to be slanted. No that's produced by consumer reports along with the center for food safety friends of the earth the food animal concerns trust. Oh. The US public interest research group. Those are some of my favorite agents. Thank you the earth in the the the resource defense council, those are two I mean, you wanna talk about awful environmental organizations. Those are the top of the list high use of antibiotics in the beef industry is a terrible terrible. Right. So there's there's only two restaurants that fast food chains that got as in their belief that they don't use any beef with antibiotics burger fi which I've never been to never heard of that and shake shack. Right. I know. Oh, yeah. Check. Let's go to let's go right now. Leave right now and go let's just I just kind of want to put the microphone. Shocker now, good all the other fast food restaurants failed except for Wendy's. Who got a D minus because they have now committed to sourcing a small percentage of beef. Who minimize don't? They don't eliminate. But producers who minimize the medically important antibiotics. So once in a while, you're going to get a burger with it doesn't have anybody out. What is what is the antibiotic and the burger doing to us is it is making a claim their claim is that it's making us resistant resistant chains hardcore left wing environmentalist groups are saying there's bad things in there. Right watch. I that means absolutely nothing to me. I'm guessing there's worse things than antibiotics in there. Like cow poop. Mixed in. Nicely. Because some of this stuff is not done. Really? Well, yeah. Did you see this report on LaCroix water that came out? I think it was this week. You know, sparkling like, oh, yeah. I would say it's flavor. But it's not if you've ever had a drink of it like you be like what is that? Oh, I can teach the Ted bit of lime flavored like it's like. In my opinion, not not a fan, but they tried to come out the same thing. Like, oh, well, there's an ingredient here that's included in this terrible thing. And you go through it. Of course, of course, at the end of the day. There's absolutely nothing to the report because that is what you know, medical journalism has come to. It's especially about food. They just try to say like, well, this ingredient is included in some other thing. That sounds scary. Of course, you don't eat nearly enough to come close to any problematic area. We are constantly. We can't miss some of us. I should say that with Jeffrey in the room is a good point. Jeff. Concerned. If you're eating as much as nine horses would eat. Well, okay. Jeffy falls into that category. So, but it's just we get so scared about these things and and ninety nine percent of it is nothing like you go, and you can have all the things that they say you can never touch. You can have as long as you don't go crazy with them as long as you're not constantly eating them. All the time. You're going to be okay. And honestly, most of the stuff, even if you are eating it all the time, you're probably going to be okay. Pretty resilient creatures here from a guy who's who's in the past drank roundup. Yeah. So, you know. Commercial viewpoint. But yes, I have had. Here. And there to prove that that as well. I didn't kill you still on this planet. I'm still alive making headway with the chicken company with with the companies that are using chickens because you've got the AAA peninsula and Chick-fil-A number one. They use chickens without antibiotics did you says the Al Sharpton, pronunciation of Chipotle? She accepted the. Anything? Seriously. I I can't see it on the sign. I can't re- AAA Chipo lake. Romney went to Chipotle. To a Chipo lake that was a whole montage. Sharpton can't read the prompt. I can't call them everything else. But that no I'm sorry. That's the name. But this good that subway and Taco Bell. They're all trying to play along with their chicken. You know, they they using chickens with less antibiotics or zero antibiotics so we're good there. But my favorite story is we talked a little bit about this patch show week or so ago, the gluten free dishes that are at restaurants now that everybody so. Well, there's everybody is has to be gluten free. No. Yeah. Everybody is gluten nobody caller if you're a sequel yak, or whatever that is that's one thing if you have the disease, you probably shouldn't have glue. And look there's there's very few people. How dare you? How dare Pat gray? There's approximately one percent of the US population with that disease. Oh, why three percent of.
"burger chains" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Oh, yes. Five more victims have been added to the list and both the surgeon and his girlfriend pled not guilty in a sexist talk as the Newport Beach surgeon as well as his girlfriend were accused of sexual assault. And rape. Both pleaded not guilty in court. The couple face a total of eighteen charges with seven added during Wednesday's hearing which included kidnapping in addition to these new charges five new victims were added to the case that brings it to a total of seven prosecutors ask. For bail of three million. But the judge set at one million for both the couple later posted bail had to surrender their passports. Now, these two new women to the new alleged victims one of them says it happened in October in April and October of two thousand sixteen. She went back again. I'm not sure what that means that the I said she met the couple at a restaurant in Newport Beach was invited to a party. And then once intoxicated the woman was allegedly taken a rope robots shoes apartment where he is suspected of drugging and raping her. She contacted police the next day and tested positive for the next day next day. Oh, wow. From multiple drug, and then didn't do anything about it. That's so crazy. The maybe the prosecutors would do anything until now all these people coming forward. Well, the well, no. I mean, this is around the time that broke maybe. Because what I'm saying? I mean, she did exactly the right things. Right. She is. She is the example of how to do this. And yet they didn't go after these guys then which seems weird because the second victim drank with a couple at a bar in the city until she was no longer conscious the two or suspected of taking her to Robichaud apartment sexually assaulting her. The victim woke up and screamed for help until a neighbor called polio. My God he'll respond to investigate. These are. These are newcomers to these complaints these world ready to new. And whom do we we heard from somebody a day that they're just now they're still their house? They're walking around the neighborhood holding living their live. Awful. In addition to this drug allegations of rape allegations. This guy Robichaud. Is suspected of possessing to illegal unregistered assault rifles, four other firearms and several large capacity magazines arm to the TV illegally. Yeah. Illegal. You know, I was listening to a podcast with a journalists being interviewed. And he was saying how journalists pylon stories like this, right? Were they seem it's being reported appropriately. It's sounds horrible. But what he said was let's say he gets exonerated should both get exonerated of any and all whatever no-one who covered right? Wherever it goes back. Go sorry. But these people never recover that have to. I personally been the object of just ridiculous. In this case, if they were completely exonerated, these five women made it up, it would make news for sure that they made it up, but. Because why would they be exonerated these exonerated because they were willfully intoxicate or participating willfully have sex when you're completely unconscious. Correct. I wonder how they see that. So that would be. So let's just has to be ripe already. Yeah. Yeah. One case kidnapping, and they have to. Did they do a rape kit on they must've went up in the next day? I assume she contacted the police she got tested for drugs. I'm one of the rape kit was negative or something. Maybe that's why they didn't go forward at the time. What are they tests weren't a rape kit. I don't even know him. Yeah. Okay. But how would you evidence of misconduct the test negative verified it? But if they do find him in. I mean you had sex. Yes. But it doesn't necessarily mean you were raped more than they look for evidence of bruising. But your point your point is a very we'll take him on if they're intoxicated. They can't read. Interesting. Okay. It's news blitz. Well, I hope you're all sitting down to enjoy lunch because most US burger changed actually receive a failing grade on their annual antibiotics report card twenty five of the top US burger chains were graded on their antibiotic policies in a collaborative report released yesterday and only two chains received as those were shake shack and burger fi the other Twenty-three got a D minus or an F. Oh, wow. Right. Wow. I know. It's funny. How this researchers quote, she says it's really exciting to hone in on beef. Because we know that Americans love burgers as one of the most favorite foods in our country and taking a closer look at what is and isn't happening when it comes to responsible antibiotic use seem particularly important hone in on exciting. How fast food restaurants were ranked by total US sales to get into the top twenty five. One of the failing burger chains and the report card in and out. Yeah. This because of antibiotics. Yeah. So so shake shack and burger fire were the only two chains to serve antibiotic free beef. And the others got, you know, lower failing grades. Yeah..
Most burger chains fail on annual antibiotics report card
"Lunch because most US burger changed actually receive a failing grade on their annual antibiotics report card twenty five of the top US burger chains were graded on their antibiotic policies in a collaborative report released yesterday and only two chains received as those were shake shack and burger fi the other Twenty-three got a D minus or an F. Oh, wow. Right. Wow. I know. It's funny. How this researchers quote, she says it's really exciting to hone in on beef. Because we know that Americans love burgers as one of the most favorite foods in our country and taking a closer look at what is and isn't happening when it comes to responsible antibiotic use seem particularly important hone in on exciting. How fast food restaurants were ranked by total US sales to get into the top twenty five. One of the failing burger chains and the report card in and out. Yeah. This because of antibiotics. Yeah. So so shake shack and burger fire were the
Lindsey Snyder, California and Arizona Nevada discussed on WBZ Morning News
"East coasters won't be getting an in and out burger without travelling to the west coast for it. The president of the California based burger chain with a cult like following told Forbes that the company won't branch out to the east coast during her lifetime Lindsey Snyder says she prefers that's a chain remain. A thing of the west her grandparents started the business in nineteen forty eight and it blossomed into locations across California. Arizona Nevada, Utah,
"burger chains" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Snyder told Forbes magazine that she prefers the burger chain remains unique to the west coast. Grandparents founded in and out in nineteen forty eight and Baldwin park and slowly expo come on Lisa forty eight and Baldwin park and slowly expanded into other southern California locations later, they moved into northern California. Arizona Nevada, Utah, Oregon and Texas fans of the chain have long begged for locations in the midwest. And on the east coast. I was thrilled when in and out went into Vegas remember ever in Las Vegas, and then once popped up in Vegas on the way home when you're hung over. Everybody could slide in there takes you twenty minutes or so, and then you're slow to get in that conga line on your way back to LA. You've got in and out it sitting on your lap. I would venture to say. So the only twenty four hour in and out. Yeah. Bet it is. You're right. Is the one near LAX twenty four hours. I doubt it. I don't think it is. But one thirty. Yeah. The one is is the one in Las Vegas twenty four hours show. I don't know if the company has always say is. Yeah. I just don't I just don't know if there are any others. Okay. Do you think this has happened outside of Vegas? Is there any reason to be this? You think this has happened guys are stoned, right? They're baked and they go they go to the lankershim in and out closed, and they're like dudes. I need an in and out. Let's go and they drive to the one in Vegas. I guarantee you that that has happened. In fact, their product show, I guarantee you that happens one hundred times a night. Have you ever been in southern California wanted in and out? One thirty or two in the Boers rove Vegas. You said, you know, what? Absolutely. I know where I can get some in and out Vegas and at that time you can be there in two hours. Yeah. But how about this is a side business bender, and I should start this. We charter a bus. Right. And.
"burger chains" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They're gonna offer parking spaces for mobile customers and the like so I guess they're feeling the pinch of the Chick-fil-A folks in and out as going to British, Columbia for one day. That is the west coast burger chain similar to five guys I think this might be a test to see if they're welcome, in other markets because. If you've ever had, in, and out they are amazing burgers. Never had that German say beer cans are cheap and trashy And they in fact. You can't find a German beer usually in a can ever right, and there's a bottle shortage in Germany right now so, they're having. To put them in cans. And it's. People. Are rejecting, the Germans and again speaking of Germany I love you? Read this but we all love our old bay seasoning in. Maryland right and you would have thought it was some Chesapeake Bay watermen or somebody related to the water or the seafood industry that would have discovered it it, turns out that it. Was a German spice maker from Germany obviously came here maybe at the turn of the century or so and actually concoct it, the old bay seasoning. Guiding Gustaf Brun Bianca, so, it's actually old Brun all right I don't think. That would Not no you're. Right it, wouldn't Bud Light his promise Cleveland Browns fans free beer after their. First regular season game win remember. They were sixteen last year Some such nonsense and now Bud. Light and they began their dilly dilly chance and so on and so forth and the dog pound so now of course the bug Bud, Light victory, fridges they're. Going to be at. Bars throughout, Cleveland as soon as they win their first game of the season. Free beer for everybody in Cleveland A good deal it is a good deal and finally Georgia woman has given birth, in a chick fillet parking lot She said it was intense and apparently a lot of Chick-fil-A employees were, very crucial in. Helping deliver a healthy baby. The couple, said they thanked him profusely and Chick-fil-A employee said my pleasure So what they do they don't. Say they don't, say you're welcome have you noticed that a chick fillet My pleasure my pleasure that's what they're, trained to say well it's always a pleasure it is always a pleasure to have here on the. Program your presence alone when you. Show up. Each and every day is just a Wondering Chick-fil-A gonna add maybe a Neil Neo Natal room or something who knows Taking those Come on in here and he's warming, French fries, warm weather and you're going to keep the baby Chicken, you know while you're while you're in Don't say. That the, chocolate brings back what labor Memories were laboring right. Now I can tell you that quick update sir The situation Eighty-three south around Sherwin road. Looks like it's just after the bridges Shuan we're getting a backup there and one report said it. Might be an overturned vehicle also with this vehicle fire. Southbound eighty three thank you seriously in a couple of six fifty..
"burger chains" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The people who wanna use it and then and then have its way to handle the people who don't wanna use it i wanna give you because i have another some more interviews here with david so i think the big thing is everybody wants to know the fast food restaurants could we spent a lot of money there and it was interesting thirty in a row chickfila took top honors eighty seven out of one hundred points that's unbelievable panerabread scored an eighty one and then come the two pizza giants papa john's pizza hut at eighty and i asked david amber what's going on with the pizza wars with pizza your papa john's and pizza hut tied domino's only a point behind so three of the four chains are very close together suggesting that a lot of competition for pizza delivery is really driving satisfaction with that particular category fast food all the little caesars actually lags quite a bit behind the other three so that could could be worrisome for them going forward for mexican aaa scored a seventy nine so it's holding it's own it didn't change it all people are coming back to the restaurant but the satisfaction has an increase in the health scaled concerns so many people and then we have the burger chains which never do all that well and wendy's beat burger king this year and i s david what's going on with the with the burger chains you know the interesting thing about the burger chains is that they're all clustered at the bottom burger king wendy's mcdonald's jack in the box which is a smaller chain but still a burger chain are are really mired you know below average for the fast food industry at the bottom of the industry these are brands that have been around for half a century or more in many cases and i think consumers are increasingly finding those burger chains to be a little tired not as flashy not as up and coming as some of the other brands that were measuring like a chickfila pinera lay and and the pizza chains just a little yeah they've been around for a very long time so what's really that exciting about them anymore they've got definitely more work to do to stay relevant compared to some of these other chains and finally i'm always interested in coffee since i live in atlanta starbucks and dunkin donuts and starbucks type guide they both tied at seventy eight degrees and i asked david if he thought that was unusual that starbucks which is so under gourmet and and experience tied dunkin donuts here's we had to say about that the thai really is largely the result of how consumers perceive the value proposition of starbucks versus dunkin donuts the the reality is this customers may not feel that the quality of the coffee at dunkin is quite up to par compared to starbucks but it's considerably cheaper so to put another way starbucks prices tend to drag down satisfaction or the overall experience a little bit with starbucks and at the end of the day consumers are essentially rating both of those brands equally when it comes to satisfaction and for just good old coffee dunkin donuts rates is really well esso's mcdonald's by the way from most surveys and everything is in here all the results on consumer man dot com but people always want to know about.
"burger chains" Discussed on KOMO
"They find out who did it and it's resolved injustices is is done when it served its served police there now hoping to compare that dna to d angelo's we have a female victim it's a homicide it was occurring during the same time period that gives us an interest since we have an unsolved case what are the big looming questions in this case why did the golden state killer simply vanish in the mid eighties there are many theories but it's prompting law enforcement agencies across the state to take a deeper dive into their cold cases to see if the angelo could be connected with johnson actress ashley judd going after producer harvey weinstein in court as we hear from ap correspondent shirley smith ashley judd is suing disgraced producer harvey weinstein for allegedly blacklisting her from hollywood after she rejected his advances the actress claims her career withered because the moguls spread baseless smears to the lord of the rings director peter jackson to scupper her chance of landing a role in the blockbuster trilogy judd said she would donate any damages one to the time's up initiative and it's legal defense fund to help women fight sexual harassment i'm shirley smith tied to check your propeller george miss this update and your money now jennifer kushinka it may seem as if amazon is taking over the world but it hasn't yet conquered europe the wall street journal says two decades after the internet giants first international foray into the region it's still working to gain traction selling apparel and footwear to explain amazon struggles and conquering apparel in europe analysts point to an absence of top fashion brands a website they say isn't conducive to browsing for clothes and a fragmented market full of competitors in a first for the fast food industry burger chains workers have voted to unionize after a two year effort workers.
"burger chains" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Yes so if you're a new nerd or an old nerd season person come join us and listen to our podcast you can get on apple podcasts and we'll have you saying i'm actually in no time flat checkout near deficit heard if isn't i messed up that harmony at the beginning so i wanted another shot and we're back and we were just talking about comparative burger chains yuccas texas obviously everyone has whataburger price for what are what are burger water waterberg is like is it water water burger made a water don't know miles you ride for in and out i mean in and out is the best drive through hamburger in la yeah who's here's writing for biki anymore anymore easy mix up he's in there with the crown on right now he's like well you can't have your way i think the one thing i will say is that fast food on the west coast is just better like if you go to a mcdonald's on the east coast for mcdonald's on the west coast the burgers and like all the food is just better on the west coast really yeah even know he's a drifter drift i love reasonable fast food like i like runs they got out in nebraska or like lions choice i've heard the misery of this get around and i drift or kim i get the munchies very figuring i'm like what are you guys for no reason sometimes sometimes i just drift out there but anyway we're miles is a lobby smiles has a dark period and there was a very good.
"burger chains" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"burger chains" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"In in one case you red robin who was a gourmet burger chain data they of restaurant locations all around the country because of the increase in the minimum wage is in the areas where they are operating um the president of the the company that owns a red robin his that they're actually going to be eliminating oppositions at five hundred and seventy of their arrest johns because they just can't afford to have those people working for them as well other companies like chile's in appleby's you when you go into i was just i was at a where we say it wasn't a chile's it might have been a chile's were there the key always outback steakhouse recently john where i went in there and they are starting to putting kiosks said all the different yo tables now so that you can go and you can just water rate bear and swipe your credit card and then one person brings out the food so they're station of 12 tables as opposed to have any waiters doing all of that and people bringing out the food and they're being near these restaurants are doing that because they have to keep their costs we have we are still expect a pay what we're going to pay a chile's in appleby's of our customers not gonna put up with an increase in prices and so these restaurants are just responding to that and the responding by laying off employees and replacing them with technologies so this minimum wage increase across the country is it's showing right now how it's having an impact on so many small businesses and merchants and by the way i want to say that doesn't mean that people should be paid a better in a more fair wage um i think the minimum wage his country is true low but it's your raising it and making it mandatory on so many of these smaller companies is in for some putting him out of business one more storage gene about the macro for small businesses this puzzle bay this is a uh a a polling showing that fifty three percent of small business owners are pessimistic about the trump legislation that would be the the.
"burger chains" Discussed on WTMA
"It's very lau but in in one case you red robin who is a gourmet burger chain data they have restaurant locations all around the country because of the increase in the minimum wage is in the areas where they are operating um the president of the company that owns a red robin his that they're actually going to be eliminating positions at five hundred and seventy of their restaurants because they just can't afford to have those people working for them as well other companies like chile's in appleby's you when you go into i was just i was at a where we say it wasn't a chile's it might have been a chile's were there the key always outback steakhouse recently john where i went in there and they are starting to in kiosks at all the different yo tables now so that you can go and you can just order rate there and swipe your credit card and m one person brings out the food to their station of 12 tables as opposed to having waders doing all of that and people bringing out the food and they're being near these restaurants are doing that because they have to keep their costs we are still expect to pay what we're going to pay a chile's in appleby's of customers not gonna put up with an increase in prices and said these restaurants are just responding to that and the responding by laying off employees and replacing them with technologies so this minimum wage increase across the country is it's showing right now how it's having an impact on so many small businesses and merchants and by the way i want to say that doesn't mean that people should be paid a better in a more fair wage the i think the minimum wage his country is true low but it's your raising it and making it mandatory on so many of these smaller companies.
"burger chains" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A bloomberg business news tonight with tracey jockey some of the same stocks led losses yesterday staged to come back including microsoft and apple than it wasn't enough to keep the dow from slipping twelve points to twenty two thousand to 84 the nasdaq was up nine points the sp up twotenths of a point the dow's loss was led by mcdonalds and it was one of many restaurants stocks slipping today and analysts thinks shake shack is in danger of being lost in a crowd of new upscale burger chains to partly as just hired top chef winner richard blaze to expand its tasty made burger chain and shares of dardenne restaurants fell the most in four years heard by slowing sales growth at all of garden and by its prediction that the sales hit it took from hurricane erma was twice as bad as that for harvey this is reports dayton 38 pass the upper i'm tracy jonke bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 now the news at six clarke our the husband of a revere woman found killed in their home is behind bars tonight charged with murder the victim was a popular secondgrade teacher in lynn the suffolk da in revere police say amdro mccormack was arrested at revere police headquarters and charged with killing his wife ramoser mccormack whose body was found in the grand view avenue home in revere this past weekend investigators say footage from private surveillance systems along with public safety cameras a search warrant reviews with several witnesses and examination of phone another records enabled them to make the a rushed suffolk da dan conley says the evidence suggests maccormick's murder was a crime of domestic violence committed in the very place she we should have been safest her own home in.
"burger chains" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I love you so much kathy's dimension of there's a burger chain called cathy eighty called me chagas your real name chung this doesn't make me hunger his kathy make you angry mob really no but these lendys makes you hungry blake now it does make he's ricky's can make you angry that those make me angry ricky's retron ricky's chagas be good for like a take out chinese liu place chong's mmhmm hey we're going to me tom sounds good to me dragging though to agree i'm getting hungry oh yeah john's onetonne thank you just traffic out here in we'll see how we're doing out there on the roads saw john morressy with this traffic update here on clear way it's pretty jeff dr westbound c 470 new crashed your morrison road is also gresham northbound santa fe approaching c 470 that sketch slow on the south side of town and in the tech center jam through the czechs other northbound i 25 pleading were crash at a rappalo westbound six w still heavy out of down jail that's because of a crash after federal the get net cleaned up storm start to develop no real word county again looks like you're in the crosshairs there is you try to make your way home expect a wet drive on the south side but really a slow drive everywhere they got the pothole cleaned up and filled in so westbound i 70 is doing better approaching i we 58 you're slow from the wadsworth theory but at least all lanes are open there i seventy is heavy between i 25 ed juju there in earlier crash westbound i 70 dork it's over the right shoulder 270 is loaded up all die ways rollover semi on tower road just north of i seventy causing problems getting a degree in valley ranch this reap your cbs 4 weather showers and storms tonight down to fifty six afternoon storms tomorrow but cooler tomorrow and a high of seventy six it seventy nine right now this report is.