Chick-fil-A owner fined for paying workers in meals in lieu of wages
The North Carolina owner was to pay more than $6,000 in penalties in back pay.
Chick-fil-A selling 1st-ever merchandise collection inspired by menu items
The drop, called Chick-fil-A Originals Collection, includes sweatshirts, T-shirts, coffee mugs, trucker hats, socks, and even a blanket and pillow set.
Chick-fil-A's four-day weekend experiment; here's how it works
The operator of a Miami location said the new shorter work schedule is improving service and consistency.
Chick-fil-A testing bone-in chicken wings in Georgia
For a very limited time, one Chick-fil-A location in Georgia is offering an 8-piece bone-in chicken wing order.
Chick-fil-A workers fired for reportedly spitting in chicken batter, posting video online
A Chick-fil-A worker was fired for reportedly spitting in chicken batter, and so was the employee who filmed it and posted the video to social media.
Florida Chick-fil-A worker who tackled alleged carjacker honored by county sheriff
A Florida Chick-fil-A worker who stepped in to rescue a woman and her baby from a carjacker was gifted a "special coin" by the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office (OCSO).
WATCH: Chick-fil-A worker in Florida tackles carjacker outside restaurant in viral video
A Florida Chick-fil-A employee is being hailed a hero after tackling a carjacker outside the restaurant and rescuing a woman and her baby.
The history of Chick-fil-A: From small diner to fast-food giant closed on Sunday
Chick-fil-A, one of the largest family-owned restaurant chains in the U.S., rose from humble beginnings as a small diner in a suburb of Atlanta.
Chick-fil-A delivery robots hit streets
Chick-Fil-A is the latest company that is trying out delivery robots.
Chick-fil-A to turn used cooking oil into fuel in partnership with Darling Ingredients
Chick-fil-A partner Darling Ingredients will turn used cooking oil into ‘transportation fuel’
California city considers declaring Chick-fil-A a 'public nuisance'
Santa Barbara, California, may declare Chick-fil-a a "public nuisance" over its long drive-thru lines that form outside the popular fast-food chain.
Chick-fil-A billboard on I-20 vandalized with eye-popping vulgar message
The search is on for whoever vandalized a Chick-fil-A billboard on Interstate 20 in Douglasville with an eye-popping message over the weekend.
Desperate pizzeria offers to hire 'literally anyone' amid restaurant worker shortage
As restaurants continue to face labor shortages, one Alabama pizzeria is so short-staffed it’s vowing to "literally hire anyone."
Multiple Chick-fil-A locations close their dining rooms due to worker shortage
While restaurants across the country have reopened their dining rooms after closing them due to the pandemic, a new problem has surfaced: Many businesses have reported having issues with staffing and are struggling to hire enough workers to meet the customers’ needs.
Chick-fil-A is America’s top fast food restaurant for 7th year straight; McDonald's ranked last
For the seventh year in a row, Chick-fil-A has been chosen as America's top fast-food retaurant, coming in first for customer satisfaction while McDonald's ranked at the bottom of the list.
Supply chain shortages hit restaurants
Chick-fil-A is one of several restaurant chains reporting that it is affected by industrywide supply chain shortages.
'Hangry but helpful': Suspect stopped by Chick-fil-A customer's truck door
A man waiting for his chicken sandwich at a Chick-fil-A in Texas stopped a suspect in his tracks with his truck door.
Police: Upset customers try to climb in drive-thru, throw bricks at Atlanta Chick-fil-A
Atlanta police are searching for the people responsible for throwing bricks at the Chick-Fil-A on Roswell Road in northeast Atlanta.
Chick-fil-A to sell heart-shaped boxes of nuggets for Valentine's Day
If the way to your sweetie's heart is through their stomach, then Chick-fil-A has just the right way to express your love this Valentine's Day.
Police: Woman posing as FBI agent demanded free food at Chick-Fil-A
Police have jailed a woman in Georgia accused of pretending to be an FBI agent to score a free fast-food meal, saying she allegedly threatened to arrest restaurant workers if they didn’t serve her a complimentary bite.