Burger King criticizes women's “pink tax,” but won't comment on its own pay equity

It’s 2018, and Burger King is now America’s moral compass. The company has taken a stand on net neutrality, has run an anti-bullying campaign, and gave a terminally ill dog free burgers for life. So it would seem like the burger chain’s latest video calling attention to the “pink tax” (when products marketed to women…

Woman who jumps behind Burger King counter to help cook is The Takeout's Employee of the Month

Customers who stopped by a Burger King in Jacksonville, Florida this week may have caught glimpse of a woman in street clothing who jumped behind the counter and started cooking. This story, according to CBS affiliate with totally badass URL ActionNewsJax.com, quotes a couple who claims a woman tired of waiting in…

Homeless man sues Burger King over that time he spent three months in jail for no damn reason

Oh look, it’s today’s reminder that corporations that do good things can also be supremely awful. An Associated Press report details a lawsuit being brought against Burger King, one of their franchisees, and a cashier at that franchise by Emory Ellis, a black homeless man who spent more than three months in jail for…

What fast food item was unfairly excluded from our top 10 list?

This week saw the launch of Supper Club, The A.V. Club’s new food section. Given the firestorm of debate that greeted food editor Kevin Pang’s list of the 10 best fast food items, we thought the following question only fair: