From a Burger King ad to 'WAP,' the right-wing Christian group was perpetually mad online.
As companies try to cut down on costs to boost economic recovery, they are more likely to indulge in “greenwashing”.
People have noticed the fast food chain's new burger sounds a lot like a Big Mac.
New research revealed that 1,400 websites spreading misinformation across Europe have been funded to the tune of $76 million.
In the 45-second commercial, a burger is assembled in the most photogenic way possible, and then left to rot for the next four weeks.
Happy Valentine's Day from the brands, who want to turn your heartbreak into free stuff!
The somehow-controversial ad, which debuted more than four months ago, depicts a totally normal reaction to eating a good burger.
Confusingly, despite containing no meat, the ‘Rebel Whopper’ isn’t technically even vegetarian.
Since the photo of his meal went viral, the officer has appeared on 'Fox & Friends' and received an over-the-top apology from Burger King.
The masked band's new album 'We Are Not Your Kind' makes this a perfect time to revisit their bizarre legal feud with a fast food chain.
Burger King has also been sued in the U.S. by an employee who was fired for refusing to shave his beard.
Ricardo Castillo—who is Puerto Rican—not only forgave them, but also said he hoped someone would set up a GoFundMe for the women who berated him.