Tags » Mcdonalds

Food chain to employ 50 students under SPES Program

The food giant company in the world famous for its all-beef patties and the iconic golden arch logo partners again with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on the Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES). 330 more words

Northern Mindanao

Here's how 5 companies capitalized on Snowpocalypse

Companies are getting adept at using big news events for marketing, especially on social media. The blizzard that stuck the Northeast over the past couple of days proves the point. 166 more words

Retail

Burgers crushed grilled chicken in 2014 sandwich wars

Never mind McDonald’s big U.S. sales declines, the American hamburger is enjoying a golden era.

Last year, U.S. restaurants and cafeterias served 9 billion hamburgers, a jump of 3% that stood in contrast to the declining fortunes of the grilled chicken sandwich – the burger’s only real competition in the sandwich wars. 234 more words

Retail

#Rollingwithro Personal Opinion: Sh*t I'm Sick Of: From Reality to Social Media

I woke up this morning and the first thing on my mind was to open my notebook and just start typing about the shit that I am sick of in that exact order. 756 more words

Personal Opinion

The Imitation Xbox Game - Episode 117

https://amishbabymachine.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/abm-episode-117.mp3

The guys discuss Jeff’s review of The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch.  A meth drone crashes in Mexico.  Windows 10 will let you play Xbox games on the PC.   14 more words

Episodes

Coca-Cola is changing Canadian recipe to save calories

TORONTO – Coca-Cola Ltd. is changing its Canadian recipe to make its signature pop less sweet to meet consumer demands for a more calorie conscious soft drink. 426 more words

News

Snapchat now shows you video from Comedy Central, Vice and more

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com

By Alex Fitzpatrick, TIME

Snapchat is adding a new portal for editorial content from a range of media partners, the company said Tuesday. 221 more words

Tech