— Bob's Burgers, America's favorite primetime cartoon about a short-order cook, is getting two more seasons on Fox, the network announced Wednesday. "Six seasons in, the Belchers have become one of America's most beloved TV families, and we are so happy to keep them in the fold for another two seasons," Fox president of entertainment David Madden said. Bob's Burgers won the 2014 Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program.
— All-day breakfast at McDonald's has finally arrived, and market rival IHOP is pointing out how late Mickey D's is to the game.
in other news… we've always had all day breakfast— IHOP (@IHOP) October 5, 2015
fast food doesn't stack up to a full breakfast #JigsUp— IHOP (@IHOP) October 4, 2015
but why is everyone jockin us? breakfast all day since the day we were born #Flex— IHOP (@IHOP) October 6, 2015
Shouts to everyone tryna offer breakfast all day…shoot your shot.— IHOP (@IHOP) October 6, 2015
#AllDayBreakfast, WHAT'S GOOD?— IHOP (@IHOP) October 6, 2015
Stop, IHOP, they're already dead.
— Starbucks' Mobile Order & Pay service, which lets customers get their caffeine fix as quickly and with as little human interaction as possible, has already been deployed across America. Now, the coffee giant is targeting Canada. Starbucks will introduce the app to 300 Toronto shops on October 13, and a rollout to more cities is expected for 2016. Perhaps related to the mobile news, Starbucks has hired its first chief technology officer, who will "power the company into the future."
— Shake Shack's worldwide takeover continues: The company's second Las Vegas location is now open in Downtown Summerlin. It follows the outpost in the MGM New York-New York Hotel that opened last year.
— The company that helped reinvent pizza and turn it into an American fast food staple is returning the dish to its homeland. Domino's has opened its first location in Italy, serving toned-down pies made with real buffalo mozzarella. Although, Domino's is trying to introduce Italians to Hawaiian pizza, complete with pineapples on every slice, so we'll have to see how long the chain lasts in the country.
— PETA is really sticking it to Whole Foods. In an attempt to force the company to cease its use of less-than-humanely raised pork products, the animal rights group is ... buying Whole Foods stock? PETA announced it has purchased some Whole Foods shares — though it didn't say how many — and it hopes to influence the company's practices. "As PETA works outside the company to remind everyone that the only truly humane meal is a vegan one, we'll be working from the inside to demand an end to Whole Foods' lies," PETA executive vice president Tracy Reiman said.