As thousands of fast-food employees demanded higher wages and the ability to unionize during one-day strikes in cities around the country this week, industry experts attempted to address the latest wave of protests by educating operators about the burgeoning movement. Even as workers picketed such national chains as McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Popeyes, Burger King and Wendy’s chanting slogans like “We can’t survive on $7.25” and “Supersize our ...

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