From the article:
"And then there is the 1,000-pound gorilla in the space: The new guy leading the
all-important U.S. business has a giant hole in his resume. Chris Kempczinski, who
will take over Jan. 1 as head of McDonald's U.S. from retiring Mike Andres (who
was the architect of the U.S. turnaround), has never held an executive position at
a restaurant prior to joining McDonald's. It's unclear from his LinkedIn profile if
he has worked in a restaurant at all during his career."
McDonald's Turnaround Needs a New All-Day Push - TheStreet