McDonald’s Protesters Target Annual Meeting in $15 Fight

  • Union-backed demonstrators camped out near headquarters
  • CEO’s turnaround hasn’t silenced critics of worker pay

emonstrators calling for an increase in the minimum wage to $15-dollars-per-hour march to McDonald's corporate headquarters during a protest on May 25, 2016 in Oak Brook, Illinois.

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McDonald’s Corp. protesters chanting “show me 15” descended on the fast-food giant’s headquarters Thursday to demand higher pay, the latest showdown in a four-year battle emboldened by minimum-wage victories in California and New York.

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