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Fast-food protests shift focus to 'wage theft'

Demonstrator Zev Nicholson, of Boston, left, holds a placard and chants during a protest outside a McDonalds fast foot restaurant, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, in Boston, held to call attention to the denial of overtime pay and other violations protesters say deprive workers of the money they're owed.
Demonstrator Zev Nicholson, of Boston, left, holds a placard and chants during a protest outside a McDonalds fast foot restaurant, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, in Boston, held to call attention to the denial of overtime pay and other violations protesters say deprive workers of the money they're owed.
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Organizers of the fast-food protests for higher pay on Tuesday shifted their attention to another issue: "wage theft." Protesters planned to rally outside McDonald's restaurants in cities including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami to call attention to the denial of overtime pay and other violations they say deprive workers of the money they're owed. McDonald's Corp. said in a statement that its restaurants remain open "today — and every day — thanks to the ...


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