Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: : See McLamore, The Burger King, photo insert between pp. 126 and 127. 25 one of the largest privately owned fast food chains: Karcher, Never Stop Dreaming, p. 79. accused of insider trading: See Karcher, Never Stop Dreaming, pp. 123–24; Bruce Horovitz and Keith Bradsher, “Carl’s Jr. Founder Accused of Insider Trading Scheme,” Los Angeles Times, April 15, 1988; and Richard Martin, “Karchers Pay $664, 000 Fine in Stock Case,” Nation’s Restaurant News, August 7,1989. 25 Carl’s real estate investments proved unwise: My account of Carl Karcher’s financial difficulties is based primarily on my interview with him. I confirmed the details through a variety of printed sources, including “Carl Karcher Board Rejects Founder’s Bid to Take Firm Private,” Wall Street Journal, December 21, 1992; Thomas R. King, “Chairman of Carl Karcher Enterprises May Seek to Oust Some Board Members,” Wall Street Journal, September 2, 1993; Peggy Hesketh, “Karcher’s ‘Godfather’: Board Says...
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