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    McDonald’s Simplifies: A Lesson In Customer Satisfaction by Danielle Beurteaux
    Published on April 17, 2015
    Well, finally! That thought was no doubt shared by McDonald’s breakfast fans recently, after the fast food giant announced that it would pilot all-day breakfast menus in certain San Diego restaurants. According to a YouGov survey, McMuffin fans are…
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    The 25 Most Important Customer Experience Questions Answered by Christopher Koch
    Published on February 18, 2015
    The Ultimate Customer Experience FAQ Yes, we’ve done the work so you don’t have to. Our eyes still glowing red from the pain of poring over the arcane verbosity of dozens of academic research papers (though a few interesting books helped…

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