Maybe it's because their ancestors were ruled by kings and queens but European journalists generally treat big company CEOs like royalty. They love publishing glowing articles, even
about mediocre executives.
When the U.K.'s Steve Easterbrook was promoted to CEO of McDonald's it was bigger news
than the D-Day landing at Normandy.
Schumpeter - Takeaways from McDonald’s remarkable comeback -| The Economist
rolling on the floor laughing my rear end off
My third shift manager deserves more credit than this buffoon.
I wonder how much they paid the Economist to print that BS? The Economist traditionally has been a respected member of the business press. But, they really screwed up with this.
What is it that he saved MCD from? Easterbrook?, Unreasonable reinvestments?, Please explain.
to above ^
He saved the company and shareholders BILLIONS of dollars by forcing Operators to completely remodel and upgrade the buildings that THEY (the Corp) own!
What millions of dollars of WOKENESS investment buys you... #fakenews
I just taught a nice kid how to mop the floor. Now he is more valuable to my company than anyone at MCD HQ
I wonder if Chris K (the chimp) EVER mopped a floor????
Chris K and Howdy Doody- separated at birth.
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