Pay for McDonald's retiring Chief Executive Officer Jim Skinner slipped in 2011 compared to 2010, the company said in a regulatory filing.
A national watchdog group says it wants U.S. hospitals to kick McDonald's restaurants off their premises "to stop fostering" an unhealthy food environment.
Jim Skinner, who spent 41 years with fast-food giant McDonald's Corps. -- the last seven as chief executive -- will retire in June, the company said Wednesday.
Washington must cut taxes and government spending to kick-start a U.S. economic recovery, McDonald's Corp. Chief Executive Officer Jim Skinner says.
A consumer group in Boston plans to ask McDonald's Corp. to retire its long-term mascot Ronald McDonald because he promotes unhealthy diets for children.
U.S. fast-food restaurant chain McDonald's will spend around $135 million to expand and upgrade its Russian operations, company officials say.
U.S. fast food giant McDonald's Corp. said Tuesday Chief Operating Officer Ralph Alvarez would retire due to health reasons.
McDonald's Chief Executive Jim Skinner, speaking at a trade show in Chicago, criticized regulations requiring calorie information on restaurant menus.
McDonald's Corp. Chief Executive Jim Skinner received a compensation package of $9.44 million in 2007, a Securities and Exchange Commission file showed.
Peter J. Bensen has been promoted from corporate controller to chief financial officer of McDonald's Corp., the U.S. fast-food giant announced Tuesday.
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