If you didn’t hear, a couple of weeks ago, the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International lost power on a Sunday afternoon, causing more than 1,000 flights to be grounded. That meant thousands of people were stranded. That reason was good enough for Chick-fil-A to break one of its core rules... not open Sundays. Atlanta's mayor, Kasim Reed, called the fast-food chain and asked for assistance. Chick-Fil-A company spokeswoman, Amanda Hannah said employees immediately mobilized, making sandwiches and delivering them to an emergency operations center to be distributed to stranded passengers. She went on to say, "We do not make a profit, but do what we can to offer comfort to people experiencing hardship." See the whole story.