McDonald’s may have anticipated the day Subway would surpass it as the world’s largest foodservice company, which could explain why company officials have long insisted the goal of the Golden Arches was to be “better, not just bigger.” Earlier this week, McDonald’s was once again chanting that mantra as the media trumpeted the news that Subway had indeed grabbed away the title of largest restaurant chain, based on the number of worldwide units. But while ...
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