NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
FEBRUARY 06, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - MARY'S DOMINICAN CAKE CORP.
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- McDonald's super-sized order: Get people visiting more
By CANDICE CHOI, AP Food Industry Writer - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Much of the work is on display in an unmarked warehouse near the company's headquarters in suburban Chicago, where a blowup of a mobile phone screen shows the app launching nationally later this year.McDonald's estimates it would take 10 seconds for a customer to tell an employee their order number from the app, down from the 17-second average of ordering at the drive-thru, a difference that could help ease pileups.The push come as McDonald's Corp.'s stock has hit all-time highs as investors cheer a turnaround plan that has included slashed costs and expansion overseas.Yet the asterisk on the headlines is the chain's declining stature in its flagship U.S. market, where it is fighting intensifying competition, fickle tastes and a persistent junk food image.Lots of once-dominant restaurant chains are feeling the pressure of people having more eating options.Customers who place orders on the mobile app, for instance, could also pull into a designated parking spot where an employee would bring out their order.[...] at about 700 locations, the company is testing "dessert stations" behind the counter where employees can make sundaes topped with cake or brownie chunks.[...] McDonald's is still trying to shake its image for serving junk food, especially since its appeal to families with children has long helped keep it ahead of rivals like Burger King and Wendy's.Larry Light, a former chief marketing officer at McDonald's, says the company strayed in recent years by chasing customers who may have been going to places like Chipotle, but that it is refocusing on burgers and fries.
- Supreme Court will take case on baker who refused to sell wedding cake to gay couple
By Ruth Brown - Monday Jun 26, 2017
The Supreme Court is really taking the cake — in this case, the gay wedding cake. The high court will decide whether a Colorado baker was within his rights to refuse to create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, the body announced Monday. The case pits freedom of speech and religious liberty against equal-treatment...