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McDonald's can't sugarcoat its thus-far disappointing sales figures in 2013. The world's fast-food champion recently announced yet another monthly decline in sales amid growing talk in the market that diners' changing habits, shrinking profit margins and growing problems in once-promising overseas markets have tarnished the gleam of the golden arches.
The waitresses at Twin Peaks wear skimpy plaid tops that accentuate their chests. In case you didn't catch the joke, the chain's logo is an image of two pointy, snow-capped mountains. And the sports bar doesn't stop there: It promises "scenic views."
The nation's fast-food giants are aggressively touting more humane ways of producing their menu offerings, but whether the kinder, gentler methods of serving up chicken nuggets and cheeseburgers can pay off at the cash register remains an open question.
Burger joints like Five Guys are some of the fastest-growing chains in the nation.
DENVER - Long before dawn breaks, Greg Brenneman is on the run, a habit that can be a bit disconcerting for his temporary houseguest.