When You’re A Fast Food Name: Taco Bell (LONG LIVE TACOS)

Fast food canes, in a big way, have long been a part of fast food culture.

But, the fast food chain is struggling to maintain the momentum of the last few years and has been losing money.

And in recent months, Taco Bell has faced questions about its financial health.

A few months ago, a number of analysts said the fast-food chain was facing an existential crisis, and one that would take years to solve.

But the company has yet to make a decision about whether or not it will survive the long-term downturn, according to sources familiar with the situation.

It’s not clear whether the company is considering cutting the number of locations it has in the U.S. or whether it has already done so.

The chain is still planning to open two locations in Austin and two in Columbus, Ohio.

But while Taco Bell is losing money, it is also making money.

The company’s profit margins have been rising, according the company.

And Taco Bell said in its latest earnings call on Wednesday that it is on track to earn about $1 billion in profit this year, up from $700 million a year ago.