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    defeat them. A little bit later, Reagan proposed the idea of, “Star Wars,” Reagan wanted to launch a satellite into space that would be able to shoot down missiles that were going to the United States. This idea was very impractical and did not follow through. Communism in the USSR would soon fall though. The Berlin Wall was separating Germany into the East and West side. The East side was a satellite country of the USSR and the German government did whatever the USSR told them to do. The West side was

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    Memo on McDonalds

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    MEMO TO:        Jim Wilson, Regional Operations Manager FROM:    (name), Mid-Atlantic Regional Shopper DATE:    April 15, 2003 SUBJECT:    McDonalds Shop Report In response to your request, I investigated the (insert area location)McDonalds, located off of Wisconsin Avenue. After analyzing the behavior of the employees, I noticed some policy issues that should be addressed. Included in this report are a few steps that could be taken to improve the location and increase overall customer satisfaction

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    Fast Food Industry Essay

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    that included food. It all began with drive-ins, specifically Carl’s Drive-In Barbeque in Anaheim, California. Customers were able to park their car and honk their horn while someone would come out to take their order and then deliver it. The point was that you were able to stay in your car, while someone else did all the work for you. Drive-ins were able to work with less employees, letting the price of the food lessen while profits rose greatly. The drive-in is the perfect expression of America

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    McDonald's

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    I.     Introduction McDonalds has always been a leader in the fast food industry. Through its dynamic market expansion, new products and special promotional strategies, it has succeeded in making a name for itself in the minds of the target customers. However, McDonald’s earnings has declined in the late 1990’s and 2000s. This is mainly due to a fiercely competitive industry and variety in customer tastes and preferences. II.     Statement of the Problem How can McDonalds increase its sales, market

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    Checkers Business Plan

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    Checkers Business Plan Organization and Mission Checkers®/Rally’s® is the nation’s largest chain of double drive-thru restaurants. With two drive-thru lanes and a walk-up window at our more than 800 locations, we are ideally positioned for today’s on-the-go guest. Known for our full-flavored, hand seasoned burgers, thick shakes and famous fries, Checkers/Rally’s provides the great tasting, fresh food with the robust flavors you crave – making our brand slogan, “little place. BIG TASTESM,” undeniable

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    Fast Food Obesity

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    was mostly well- known for their hamburger. This restaurant was the start of the fast food chains in America. About 20 years later, one of the most famous fast food chains in America was created. McDonalds was built in 1940, and it was created as a drive-in restaurant with a wide-ranging barbecue menu. Later on, McDonalds had created a 9-item menu that consisted of: hamburger, cheeseburger, three soft drinks, milk, coffee, potato chips, pie, French fries, and milkshakes. As you can see, fast foo..

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    responsible for making sure that the food is being handled and cooked in a properly and timely manner. As far as the fry person, they make sure that during the rush hours we have enough fries to keep customers from waiting and keep a constant speed in the drive thru. Along-side the fry person, is the runner. The runner bags up the food and makes sure that the order is complete. The presenter is the person in the window who presents the food to the customer in

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    McDonald's Corporation

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    Uyen-Vy Nguyen Introduction to Globalization McWorld: The Globalization of Food Industry Empire McDonalds. What had started as a humble family owned drive-through has become a multi-million dollar industry. Everywhere one goes, there are reminders of how amazingly widespread this company has become, whether it be seeing McDonald’s famous golden arches on a billboard or hearing the catchy “I’m Lovin’ It” tune in a commercial. But more than this, McDonalds has become part of our global identity– our

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    employees, customer and community. The Golden Arches are a household name and it appears what they have in their mission statement is working. Sonic’s mission statement rest on the restaurant’s legacy of the perfect drive in. According to My SONIC (2015) they are the largest chain of drive-ins servicing customers and communities all over with their wide variety of menu items and their car hop service. Their mission statement is rather simple and they just want to be the best and grow as communities

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    Stevenson, “Life is monstrous, infinite, illogical abrupt and poignant… a work of (realist) art in comparison is neat, finite, self-contained, natural, flowing and emasculate.” Peter Carey in his short stories does not attempt to finitely box in life through his writing as suggested by Stevenson, but utilises and departs from the realist mode in order to make specific comments and critique society. Realism is most simply a literary framework, and does not stand solely on its own. It encompasses numerous

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