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McDonald's holds Big Mac building competition in Beijing
McDonald's Chief Executive Officer Jim Skinner speaks to media and employees at a new McDonald's on the Olympic Green in Beijing on August 7, 2008. McDonald's is the official restaurant of the Olympic Games. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
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James Alan Skinner (born 1944 in Illinois) is the President and CEO of McDonald's Corporation. Skinner began his career with McDonald's in 1971 as a restaurant manager trainee in Carpentersville, Illinois.

Prior to becoming CEO, Mr. Skinner was President and Chief Operating Officer of the McDonald's Restaurant Group with corporate management responsibility for Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA), and Latin America. Prior to that, he was responsible for McDonald’s Japan Limited, their second-largest market.

Mr. Skinner held numerous positions in the U.S. Corporation, including Director of Field Operations, Market Manager, Regional Vice President and U.S. Senior Vice President and Zone Manager.

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