Business Builders in Fast Food
Profiles ten entrepreneurs who started fast food businesses, including Fred Harvey (Harvey House), Walter Anderson and Billy Ingram (White Castle), J.F. McCullough and Harry Axene (Dairy Queen), Maurice and Richard McDonald and Ray Kroc (McDonald's), Harland Sanders (Kentucky Fried Chicken), and Tom Monaghan (Domino's Pizza).
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