This just in: McDonald's isn't the juggernaut financially it once was.
Granted, the golden arches still rake in millions of customers and millions and millions of dollars, but the resident fast food champion isn't churning out the same sort of sales numbers it did, let's say, a decade ago.
McDonald's always has been the type of outfit that isn't afraid to put itself out there in terms of its menu, the items and how it runs its business. From new sandwiches to other side dishes and drinks, such as the new flavors of sweet iced teas, McDonald's doesn't leave too many buns and biscuits unturned as it relates to trying to stay relevant in the midst of fierce competition from other fast food entities that have gained significant ground in recent years.
And with that McDonald's made the decision to implement an all day breakfast crusade in certain markets to see if their McMuffins and hash browns have what it takes to not necessarily interfere with its lunch and other non breakfast items but rather simply get more people through the door as a result of this decision.
But can this move really make much headway as McDonald's attempts to earn back lost customers and deliver as promised in terms of changing things up a bit?
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