Coalition of Franchisee Associations

June 8, 2016

Some History of McDonald's Office Moves

McDonald's Oak Brook architect reflects on proposed move downtown in changing times


Richard Adams said...

When McDonald's moved to Oak Brook it was a young company with a fresh, suburban mission. Today it's all grown up - urban and corporate - people don't really matter.

Anonymous said...

No doubt Ray and Fred had their young staffers in mind when they left LaSalle St.

Anonymous said...

Lots of talk about "reinvention" at McDonald's, kind of like how Chrysler reinvented Plymouth or how General Motors reinvented Oldsmobile.

Anonymous said...

Easterbrook wants to leave a Safer environment, with buildings already built, developed and staff for our needs. To go to a unsafe environment (Killing Zone), where property has be developed, buildings have to be built and money wasted because money is always wasted on building projects. So instead of concentrating on making the business better he and his staff will be worring about this Boondoggle and wasting MONEY like it is going out of style. Make All the sense to me. Time for him to retire.

Anonymous said...

The $15/hr protesters won't need gas money to get to the new HQ.

Just walk up and get their normal hourly rate in cash.