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How Smashburger Is Taking on McDonald's by Being Unique at Every Angle

Smashburger co-founders Rick Schaden and Tom Ryan describe to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg how they decided to start a business when they realized people were dissatisfied with the most popular restaurants in the country.
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