Food & Drink

The Secret Feminist History of Your Favorite Burger Chains

Published On 03/28/2017 Published On 03/28/2017
Women who built burger empires
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Esther Snyder | In-N-Out Burger
Even when her frailty required to stay home, she joined in on conference calls.
Lovie Yancey | Fatburger
When Lovie Yancey opened the first Fatburger stand in 1947, women couldn't get their own credit cards.
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Grace Dobson | Business Wire
Her position made her one of the first female chairs of a major fast-food chain.