RBC: McDonald's hyped its new Dollar Menu so much that the real game changers were overlooked (MCD)
Hollis JohnsonMcDonald's new $1, $2, $3 menu isn't living up to the hype.McDonald's has been promoting its new dollar menu replacement — the $1, $2, $3 menu — like crazy, and so far, it doesn't appear to be working out.
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What does a truly innovative Edinburgh fringe show look like?I’ve seen plenty of terrific comedy shows there over the years, and I’ll see more over the next month.
Yet more striking is that both these contenders are films with predominantly black casts dealing with issues that Hollywood often dodges.“As long as the films are about this white person’s issue and that white person’s issue, they’re going to continue to make those films.
You have to question whether putting higher charges on customers because they've left their employer is fair.7 per cent for 'paid-up' members who have left and stopped contributing or haven't transferred their pot.
According to research by Tiga, the trade body representing the UK games industry, women make up just 12% of the development workforce in Britain – a percentage reflected by similar surveys in the US and Canada.When the games industry was mentioned to me I thought: 'Yeah, that's interesting.
The comedian Dara Ó Briain has a funny routine about video games.This is only one way in which writing about video games for a living is pretty weird.
Increasing numbers of former bankers, lawyers and managers are moving into teaching, according to statistics released today which suggest that career-changing professionals could eventually outnumber new graduates on teacher training courses.There was a 35% year-on-year rise in the number of career changers applying to train as teachers during 2009/10, according to the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA).
After years of dispensing careers advice to readers of the Financial Times, the award-winning columnist Lucy Kellaway is quitting journalism for teaching – and wants her readers to follow her.“I think there is an untapped pool of people who might become brilliant teachers but who aren’t thinking about it at the moment,” said Kellaway.
When he started Seventh Generation in 1988, nontoxic cleaners and recycled paper products were a rarity in retail.Kimberly-Clark inched into Seventh Generation’s biggest businesses with Scott Naturals paper towels and toilet paper.