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November 24, 2020

McDonald's Managment OK With $15 minimum wage

Higher menu prices = More rent, more royalties.

McDonald's, Waffle House, other chains open to $15 minimum wage - Business Insider
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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Chris ! (you moron)

Anonymous said...

Here comes the $7.50 Big Mac

Anonymous said...

Buy MCD stock. Their year over year revenue necessarily goes up when franchisees raise prices, and that’s all Wall St cares about.

Anonymous said...

All our restaurants $15min wage in our municipality Los Angeles, join the club.

Anonymous said...

Why wait a few years just start 1/1-2921

Then we can hit $25.00 a hour by 2025

Maybe MCD should pay more than
police - fire fire fighters - dental
assistants - teachers - community
organizers -

this is the 1st job for close to 1/2 of
my employees - I sure will be more
careful who I hire in the future -

THINK I heard RUSH LIMBAUGH
one say have the starting wage at
$100.00 dollars a hour - THE LEFT
WILL STILL NOT BE HAPPY

PS - you still have to go to work to get
the money - there is a problem there
have to go to work???? you have to
be kidding

Anonymous said...

LA - when will you hit $25.00????

Feel bad for my brothers & sisters
in LA - I have it hard with $12.00
BIG MAC 4.90
QUARTER 5.25
M FRY 2.70

overpriced??? YES - I DO NOT CARE

$15.00 comes to we
BIG MAC ?????? 5.50????

Anonymous said...

Does Howdy doody (chris k) own enough MCD shares yet???

Anonymous said...

Next year the regions will be telling us our prices are too high and we are losing transactions.

Anonymous said...

No wonder MCD got out of the business of operating their own restaurants.

Anonymous said...

Going to have to substantially raise prices and STOP DISCOUNTING!

I would rather have 500,000 PROFITABLE transactions, than 600,00 UNPROFITABLE transactions.

Anonymous said...

Discounting will never stop, not ever. Raise prices now, don't wait.

Anonymous said...

Discounting will never stop, not ever. Raise prices now, don't wait.

Anonymous said...

Still think $1 Drink is a good strategy?