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McDonald's President Discusses Happy Meal Change
Jan Fields, President of McDonald's, explains why fast-food giant changed meals.
McDonald's Wins First Lady's Approval With Happy Meal Makeover
Michelle Obama today called McDonald's decision to add more fruit and reduce the fries in its Happy Meals "continued progress" in the fight towards solving childhood obesity. "McDonald's is making continued progress today by providing more fruit and reducing the calories in its Happy Meals," she
For the Sixth Consecutive Week, “World News with Diane Sawyer” Grows Total Viewing and Demo Audiences Year-to-Year
“World News” Narrows Weekly Total Viewing Gap with NBC to Smallest Margin in Nearly 6 Months and Narrows Weekly Demo Gap with NBC for Fourth Straight Week “World News” Outperforms CBS by 2.42 Million Total Viewers and 470,000 Adults 25-54...
On McDonald's Menu: Burger, Fries and a Career
Philip Birden loves his "McJob." He does everything from working at the cash register to making hash browns at a McDonald's in Chicago. And he has dreams of turning this job into much, much more. "Your teachers tell you that at the beginning of time -- I remember being in eighth grade -- 'You don't
"World News with Diane Sawyer" to Broadcast From Chicago on April 7, 2011
Diane Sawyer to Interview McDonald’s President Jan Fields About the Company’s Plan to Reinvent to the “McJob” On Thursday, April 7, Diane Sawyer will anchor “ABC World News” from Chicago where she will interview Jan Fields, the President of McDonald’s...
McDouble: The One-Slice Secret to Survival
In the past year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped about 4,000 points, the unemployment rate went up more than two percentage points and approximately 300 Starbucks have closed. So it may come as a surprise what one large American company is saying about business these days. "Our
From McMuffins to McLattes
The restaurant that brought us fast food is now telling us to slow down. We once turned to McDonald's for McNuggets, McMuffins, and Big Macs, but now the franchise wants us to associate them with McCoffee. Americans spend big money on beverages every year, says Jan Fields, chief operating officer
Late shift proves deadly to more fast-food workers
Mary Hutchison's paralyzing fear was that she'd die working late at Burger King. The 45-year-old former Burger King manager and mother of three had been pistol-whipped with such force in a late-night robbery that she lost hearing in her right ear. Nine months later, she pushed aside that memory —