McDonald’s Workers in Chicago Protest Wages

Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) -- McDonald's Corp. employees in Chicago take to the streets today in an attempt to ratchet up pressure on the restaurant to raise wages. Fast-food workers in 50 U.S. cities planned to walk off the job today. The non-union workers are demanding the right to organize and wages of $15 an hour, more than double the federal minimum wage of $7.25. U.S. Representative Janice "Jan" Schakowsky, an Illinois Democrat, speaks at the rally. (Source: Bloomberg)

M&A Challenged by Political Volatility, Uncertainty
25:24 - Kurt Simon, vice chairman of M&A at JPMorgan, discusses how the 2016 presidential election is impacting the M&A market. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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