International growth, gauging unit saturation
Continued from page 1 And the video mentions possibly hitting 100,000 by 2030? That’s not so much a goal. Ever since the 1990s, I’ve said there will be a big fast food company with 100,000 stores. Someone will get to 100,000. Because I could see the way the world was changing. People gravitate toward brands. Big chains are getting bigger. Many are global now. Looking at growth of the world and changing economics, I felt pretty confident that would happen. Of course, ...
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