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Last €85.82 EUR
Change Today -1.13 / -1.31%
Volume 2.2K
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mcdonald's corp (MDO) Details

McDonald's Corporation operates and franchises McDonald's restaurants in the United States, Europe, the Asia/Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, Canada, and Latin America. The company's restaurants offer various food products, soft drinks, coffee, and other beverages. As of December 31, 2014, it operated 36,258 restaurants, including 29,544 franchised restaurants comprising 20,774 franchised to conventional franchisees, 5,228 licensed to developmental licensees, and 3,542 licensed to foreign affiliates; and 6,714 company-operated restaurants. The company was founded in 1940 and is based in Oak Brook, Illinois.

420,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/24/15
Founded in 1940

mcdonald's corp (MDO) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Director ...
Total Annual Compensation: $633.3K
President of Europe
Total Annual Compensation: $570.0K
President of Asia/Pacific, Middle East & Afri...
Total Annual Compensation: $533.3K
Chief Administrative Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $858.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

mcdonald's corp (MDO) Key Developments

McDonald's Corp.'s Workers Plan 'Biggest-Ever Protest' as Company Announces Changes

McDonald's Corp.'s workers will gatecrash the company's shareholder meeting later May 2015 with "the biggest-ever protest" demanding an end to "poverty wages" paid to many of its 420,000 staff. As the company announced plans to turn around its ailing business, Fight for $15, a union-backed protest group, set out plans for a day of protest at the company's Chicago headquarters. The fast food workers, who organized protests in cities across the US last month calling for a $15 an hour minimum wage, said they "would not be coming alone" to McDonald's annual shareholder meeting on 21 May 2015 but would be "armed with 1 million signatures from everyday Americans calling on McDonald's to pay workers $15 an hour and respect their freedom to join together in a union". As part of his plans to revitalize the company, the new president and CEO, Steve Easterbrook, said on May 4, 2015 that he was aiming to turn McDonald's into a "modern, progressive burger company". Easterbrook did not directly address the wages McDonald's pays to its workers in his own video address on May 4, 2015, but he did say that McDonald's needed to be more "progressive" and address the company's "social values". Within weeks of taking over as chief executive earlier this month, Easterbrook announced plans to increase its US staff's minimum wage to $9.90, from the current average hourly wage of $9.01. The fight for 15 movement dismissed this as not enough.

McDonald Announces Executive Changes; Announces Restructuring; Announces to Add New Restaurants; Announces to Close Restaurants

McDonald's announced the initial steps of the company's turnaround plan including a restructuring of McDonald's worldwide business and financial updates. The first critical step of operational growth-led plan is to strengthen effectiveness and efficiency to drive faster and more customer-led decisions. The company will restructure business into four new segments that combine markets with similar needs, challenges, and opportunities for growth. Beginning July 1, 2015, McDonald's will operate under a new organizational structure with the following market segments: U.S.; International Lead Markets; High-Growth Markets; and Foundational Markets - Corporate activities will also be reported within this segment. The company announced the leadership team for new segments, effective July 1, 2015. Doug Goare, currently President - McDonald's Europe, will become President - International Lead Markets. Doug is an exceptional leader with strong management and operations experience and a deep working knowledge of McDonald's business. Doug is ideally suited to oversee the talented teams in place across this established group of markets as they work to improve their performance. Dave Hoffmann, currently President - McDonald's Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA), will transition to the role of President - High-Growth Markets. Dave is a results-oriented leader with outstanding experience building the brand in emerging markets like China. He is uniquely qualified to lead this new segment in pursuing the tremendous opportunities that exist for McDonald's across this group of markets. Ian Borden, currently the Chief Financial Officer - McDonald's APMEA, will assume the role of President - Foundational Markets. In this role, Ian will be responsible for maximizing the potential of these approximately 100 markets that represent about 10% of the company's operating income. Ian brings very broad geographical and functional expertise to this role having worked in Canada, Europe and APMEA in various finance and operations leadership positions. The company expects capital expenditures for 2015 to be approximately $2.0 billion. About half of this amount will be used to open new restaurants. The company expects to open more than 1,000 restaurants including about 450 restaurants in affiliated and developmental licensee markets where the company does not fund any capital expenditures. The company expects net additions of about 300 restaurants, reflecting 700 restaurant closings.

McDonald's May Reorganize Units; May Sell Restaurants To Franchisees

McDonald's Corp. (NYSE:MCD) may sell assets. Chief Executive Officer, Steve Easterbrook said that he would reorganize operating units, sell more restaurants to franchisees and cut costs in a bid to turn the fast-food chain into a 'modern, progressive burger company'. Share price of McDonald's were down 0.6% at $97.24 on the New York Stock Exchange.


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