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We compared McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King’s signature burgers, and the winner was unmistakable

Every self-respecting fast-food chain has a flagship burger — we tested them at McDonald's, Wendy's, and Burger King to find out which one is the best.

McDonald’s Big Mac is turning 50, and it’s still America’s essential burger

In honor of the Big Mac's 50th birthday, here's why this author loves the Big Mac and what it represents — and why you should, too.

The startup behind Silicon Valley’s favorite ‘bleeding’ veggie burger has scored a major victory in its battle for legitimacy

On Monday, the FDA gave Impossible Foods the official green light that heme — the magic 'bleeding' ingredient in the vegetarian Impossible Burger — are safe to eat. The plant-based patty is made by a Silicon Valley startup with backing from Bill Gates.

The startup behind the Bill Gates-backed veggie burger that ‘bleeds’ is part of a transition to animal-free meat — here are the othe...

Tasty veggie burgers aren't enough for these companies, who want meat that tastes like the real thing — or is the real thing — without the health concerns or environmental footprint of traditional farming. These startups are using plants to make burgers that "bleed" or coaxing cells into real flesh.

A battle is brewing over the future of meat, and it could mean the US fumbles on a revolutionary new market

The race among startups to create the first meat without slaughter needs a referee, and there's a battle raging over who it will be. In a letter, congressmembers said they were upset that the USDA was not included in an FDA meeting on clean meat. The controversy could prove too much for startups.

This robot-powered burger restaurant says it’s paying employees $16 an hour to read educational books while the bot does the work

Creator, a Silicon Valley startup, is finally opening its long-awaited burger joint in San Francisco. The company uses a robot at the center of the restaurant to make up to 130 burgers an hour.
IHOP changed its name to IHOb to promote its new burgers, including the Cowboy BBQ Burger.

IHOP changed its name to IHOb to promote its new lineup of burgers. They’re shockingly good.

IHOP's decision to rename itself IHOb, or the International House of Burgers, infuriated many customers. We were skeptical of IHOP's ability to craft burgers that matched its pancakes in quality. But after trying the new burgers with a side of pancakes, we were IHOb converts.
In-N-Out has temporarily closed all of its locations in Texas.

In-N-Out closed all of its restaurants in Texas because of bad buns

In-N-Out Burger restaurants have remained closed in Texas after the chain says it was not satisfied with the quality of buns it received. A spokesperson said the chain will reopen the restaurants in the next day or so.
A rebranded IHOb location.

‘The pancakes aren’t going anywhere’: IHOP’s president tells customers not to panic over the chain’s IHOb rebrand

IHOP announced on Monday it was rebranding itself as IHOb to promote its new line of burgers. The IHOb announcement threw many pancake lovers through a loop. However, the president of IHOP told Business Insider not to worry — pancakes "aren't going anywhere" at the chain.
The sign is pretty clear.

IHOP has revealed why it changed its name to IHOb, and it represents a massive new strategy for the chain

IHOP said it changed its name to IHOb to promote the debut of its new burgers. The "IHOb" campaign is a new strategy to bring people craving something other than pancakes to the chain, as IHOP doubles down on culinary innovation.