Q: Should I buy McDonald's stock mcd to survive the recession? A: McDonald's symbolizes low-priced food for many people. And since people must eat, even during a recession, there's a temptation to think McDonald's must hold up …
The Big Mac is suffering. Facing changing eating habits among Americans, McDonald’s Corp. on Monday reported downbeat November sales, sending its stock down nearly 4%. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based fast-food giant said sales at …
It hasn’t quite been the best time for retail restaurants, but some of the companies that have seen success recently have been the iconic brands that have fed loyal customers for decades. In fact, one of the hottest restaurant stocks on the …
McDonald’s shares sunk to their lowest level since early 2013 on Monday, a day before the company is expected to report its third consecutive decline in monthly sales at established stores. McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant …
McDonald’s has long been the first job for legions of teenagers, but they soon could be getting competition from a new …
Dear Mr. Berko: My 16-year-old son has saved up over $6,000 in the past two years from part-time jobs and wants to invest this money. He has done some research on the computer, and his investment of choice is McDonald’s. I also looked it …
Despite the public backlash against the fast food chain in what critics have called a lack of preparation, McDonald’s recent promotion of Szechuan Sauce and the subsequent response resulted in a boost for the company’s stock. After opening …
Whether you call it fast food or fast casual, the quick-serve restaurant business can be a brutal one. That's something one-time industry golden boy McDonald's has been well aware of in recent years. The company battled quality and heath …
OAK BROOK, Ill. (TheStreet) -- McDonald's(MCD ) shares pushed up to an all-time high Tuesday morning as investors anticipate a strong report on November sales. McDonald's shares tapped an all-time high of $80.50 Tuesday morning, …
Some investors apparently are not enthusiastic about President Barack Obama's proposal Tuesday to raise the federal minimum wage to $9 per hour. Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst for S&P Indices, told The Huffington Post that …