Business Fast food workers strike McDonald's, KFC, and other chains

Fast food workers walked out of McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, and other chains Monday to demand higher wages and the right to form unions. The strike disrupted business in at least seven US cities and attracted the support of several labor groups and city council representatives.

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Carrying signs emblazoned with slogans like "Super size my pay!", employees of McDonald’s, KFC, and other fast food chains staged the first day of a strike in at least seven cities Monday. Their demand: raise wages to $15 an hour.