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Topic - Burger King Worldwide Inc.
McDonald's Le Royal Cheese in France will soon be facing more competition with Burger King signing a deal to grow in the country.
Fast-food workers around the nation have called for a massive strike on Thursday, billing it as the largest industry-wide job walk-off in the past year’s push for better pay.
The retail lobby is fighting back against nationwide worker strikes for better pay, calling it "orchestrated theater" by labor unions, the Hill reported.