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How Chick-fil-A Got Big by Keeping Its Menu Small

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Chick-fil-A is expanding off the strength of its simple chicken sandwich. WSJ explains how its leaner menu helps the company avoid some of the pitfalls of its competitors. Photo Illustration: Carter McCall/The Wall Street Journal


Director of The Dissident, Bryan Fogel, discusses his new film.
Wednesday's assault on the U.S. Capitol by mobs of rioters incited by President Trump unfolded quickly and chaotically. At 12:53 p.m., the first Trump supporters reached the barricades in front of the capitol, demanding to be let through. The inexplicably small number of cops on the scene held the line at first, but were quickly overwhelmed. By 1:15 p.m., thousands of Trump extremists filled the steps and balconies of the Capitol. By 1:33 p.m., the insurrectionists breached the Capitol.
Forbes is honoring the 10th anniversary of the conversation between Warren Buffett, Jay-Z and Steve Forbes by releasing never-before-seen clips from the interview. Here, hip hop icon Jay-Z - who would later become a billionaire himself - tells the story behind buying out his contract with Def Jam Records and how losing his iPod almost resulted in the leak of his hit album, "The Blueprint 3."
A look back at President-Elect Joe Biden's life-long career in politics, that spans more than five decades. It all began in November of 1972, and this week, Biden will become the President of the United States. Aired on 01/18/2021.

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