Labor organizers are increasingly enlisting consumers in campaigns to improve conditions for low-wage workers.
When McDonald's staged a gourmet feast, it reminded me of the time I judged a Spam cooking contest.
Where do I sign?
This is about money and politics.
Wage theft is disturbingly routine.
Americans need credible nutrition advice they can trust, not a choice between quacks and "experts" sold out to junk food companies.
Thanks to a loophole that subsidizes CEO pay, McDonald's, Yum Brands, Wendy's, Burger King, Domino's, and Dunkin' Brands trimmed $64 million from their tax bills in 2011 and 2012.
Taxpayers will shell out $1.2 billion this year to support workers subjected to McDonald's miserly wages and benefits.