According to Forbes:
Chick-fil-A, the corporate parent, has been sued [as of 2007] at least 12 times since 1988 on charges of employment discrimination, according to records in U.S. District Courts. Aziz Latif, a former Chick-fil-A restaurant manager in Houston, sued the company in 2002 after Latif, a Muslim, says he was fired a day after he didn’t participate in a group prayer to Jesus Christ at a company training program in 2000. The suit was settled on undisclosed terms.Chik-fil-A leads the fast food industry with a per-store sales average of $3,157,900 compared to second-place McDonalds' $2,600,000. This is even more impressive when one considers that, unlike McDonalds, Chik-fil-A restaurants are not open on Sundays.
(Tipped by reader Karen)