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McDonald’s has decided to pay him $3 million more to serve as a consultant over the rest of the year. Thompson was chased out of the top job less than three years after taking it. His tenure was marred by weak performance in the stock market, slipping ...
Think Progress · 3/5/2015
although no food items from the Shanghai supplier remained in stock. In Japan, McDonald's Holdings Co (Japan) said on Friday it would halt all imports of chicken products from China and shift that business to Thailand, boosting purchases from existing ...
Reuters · 7/25/2014
Whatever customers or food critics may think, Shake Shack Inc. already has earned a must-have distinction in the world of “fine casual dining”: Its stock sizzled on its debut. Having retained nearly all of the 119% first-day gain after January’s ...
Wall Street Journal · BySpencer Jakab andSpencer.jakab · 3/10/2015
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"I am confident that my family can eat McDonald's products," and that he believes the company's response to each situation "has been appropriate." It doesn't appear as if consumers agree: Reuters notes that McDonald's Japan's stock closed .9 percent …
Eater · 1/7/2015
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters believe the company will post a year-over-year decline in earnings and revenue. McDonald's has been forecast to report earnings of $1.06 per share on revenue of $5.96 billion for the most recent quarter.
topix.com · 4/22/2015
McDonald’s edged up 44 cents to close at $95.32. Since peaking at an all-time high of $103.70 last April, the stock has zigzagged lower and is trending closer to its 52-week low of $92.25 hit last January.
CBS Chicago · 1/23/2014
Only small fries with that? McDonald’s in Japan is limiting the serving size of fries as stocks run short due to labor disruptions on the U.S. West Coast. McDonald’s began rationing its fries Wednesday morning. It said prolonged labor negotiations with ...
The Seattle Times · 12/17/2014
U.S. stock markets responded immediately by sending McDonald’s share price plunging. The company’s stock, which had been priced at $97.44 at Tuesday’s close fell to a low of $96 Wednesday after the announcement. On Thursday, it slid as far as …
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette · ByAnn Belser · 4/3/2015
The economy is slow to recover and businesses are making the necessary changes to stay afloat while finances continue to stabilize. McDonald’s, one of the largest fast food chains in the world, is considering a change for their business. The cost of ...
Learning and Finance · 2/7/2010
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bankrate.com · 7/18/2000