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MCMlogomoo150.jpgThe Daily Beast looks at the economics behind Detroit-based fast-food joint Moo Cluck Moo, which pays its employees $12 an hour ($4.60 more than Michigan's legal minimum wage). According to founder Harry Moorhouse, the one-location spot, which opened in April, is profitable due to a more efficient, smaller business model that trickles down: "We don't have a corporate overhead, and our CEO isn't making $50 million a year." [Daily Beast]

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