McDonald’s CEO resigns over Connection

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NEW YORK — McDonald’s chief executive officer has left the firm after breaking company policy by engaging in a consensual relationship with a worker, the corporation said Sunday.The fast food giant said former president and CEO Steve Easterbrook demonstrated bad judgment. From having intimate relationships with 13, supervisors are forbidden by mcDonald’s.

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In an email to employees, Easterbrook confessed he said it was an error and had a connection with the employee. “Considering that the worth of the company, I concur with the board it is time for me to proceed,” Easterbrook said from the email.McDonald’s board of directors voted on Easterbrook’s departure Friday after conducting a comprehensive review. Details of the separation package of Easterbrook will be published in a federal filing, according to a company spokesperson.

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The board of directors named Chris Kempczinski, who recently served as president of McDonald’s USA, as its new president and CEO.Kempczinski was instrumental in the development of McDonald’s strategic plan and oversaw the most extensive transformation of the U.S. business in McDonald’s history, said Enrique Hernandez, chairman of McDonald’s board, in a statement. “Steve brought me to McDonald’s and that he was a patient and helpful mentor,” Kempczinski said, thanking him for his gifts.


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