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Per the survey, 26.7% of people who visit Chick-fil-A said they were willing to pay up to 20% more at the chain.
Chick-fil-A Likely Loses Out on More Than $1 Billion in Sales Every Year by Closing on Sundays -- and It's a Brilliant Business Strategy
The chicken chain's founder, Truett Cathy, decided to close all locations on Sundays because of his Christian faith.
KFC Is Launching a Cheetos Sandwich Across America, and It Represents a Massive Shift in the Chicken Chain's Strategy
The sandwich hits menus across the U.S. on July 1.
Chick-fil-A Is Now the 3rd-Largest Restaurant Chain in America, and McDonald's and Starbucks Should be Terrified
Chick-fil-A moved up from the No. 7 spot on last year's Top 200 ranking, passing Wendy's, Burger King, Taco Bell and Subway.
Roughly 40 percent of women working in the fast-food industry report being sexually harassed at work.
Burger King Takes a Shot at McDonald's Happy Meals With a Dark Ad Showing Bullying, Unpaid Student Loans and Mental Health Struggles
Boxed meals like the Pissed Meal, Salty Meal and DGAF Meal are a clear shot at McDonald's Happy Meal.
The 'Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight' will be topped with CBD-infused 'Santa Fe Sauce.'
She follows in the footsteps of some of the most famous billionaires in the world, including Mark Zuckerberg.
The companies hope to win over American business owners with the convenience of a one stop shop, melding Alibaba's global platform with Office Depot's U.S. experience.
The lanes allow customers to pick up mobile orders without getting out of their cars.
Their opposition to Howard Schultz's presidential ambitions is mostly due to concerns that his candidacy could help reelect Trump.
The meal-kit business has been heating up recently as grocery chains start selling them and startups begin to burn out in the face of increased competition.
Starbucks Stores Will Close Nationwide Next Month in an Unprecedented Attempt to Fix a Company Crisis
The closure comes after footage of the arrest of two black men who tried to use the bathroom in a Philadelphia Starbucks went viral, sparking boycott threats.
Walmart Is Pulling Cosmopolitan From Checkout Lines in Response to #MeToo -- But It's an Embarrassing Perversion of the Movement
The decision was apparently spurred by a campaign arguing that the magazine exposes people to a '#MeToo culture' that encourages the sexual harassment of women.