McDonald's isn't making its food any better, but it sure wants you to think it is.
McDonald's is in the hot seat for retaliating against workers seeking higher wages.
McDonald's needs to stop paying poverty wages.
When McDonald's staged a gourmet feast, it reminded me of the time I judged a Spam cooking contest.
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.