McDonald’s massively popular Travis Scott promotion caused some problems for one California city when the rapper made an impromptu visit that drew a surprisingly large crowd.
McDonald’s Travis Scott meal is so popular that the famous fast-food chain is actually running out of burgers.
Darmody Enterprises L.T.D., the owner and operator of the nearly a dozen restaurants in question, allegedly defied labor laws in the manner through which it allowed 14- and 15-year-old employees to work at the locations.
The Chicago-based fast food chain said it has partnered with packaging service Loop to run a trial of reusable coffee cups at some of its U.K. restaurants next year.
Travis Scott and his Cactus Jack music label officially launched their partnership with McDonald’s to help sell the rapper’s favorite meal at the fast-food chain.
Global fast food giant McDonald’s Corp. has filed a trademark infringement notice in Australia after the local unit of Burger King created a similar product called the “Big Jack,” according to a local newspaper report on Thursday.
McDonald's has a beef with Hungry Jack's over its Big Jack burger.
McDonald’s blasted its former CEO Steve Easterbrook on Monday for seeking to wiggle out of the company’s lawsuit accusing him of accusing him of lying about trysts with underlings.
McDonald’s Corp has been sued by 52 Black former franchise owners who accuse the fast-food giant of racial discrimination by steering them to depressed, crime-ridden neighborhoods and setting them up for failure.
As restaurants across the country have closed their doors -- many permanently -- fast-food and fast-casual chains have taken the opportunity to claim the market and plan to utilize drive-throughs to help expand their reach.
McDonald’s Corp. said its continuing investigation into former CEO Steve Easterbrook’s conduct is examining whether he covered up improprieties by other employees alongside allegations of potential misconduct within the human-resources department.
McDonald’s is bringing the heat, and the sweet, with its newest menu innovations set to drop this fall.
Disgraced former McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook is fighting back against the company's lawsuit attempting to roll back his multimillion-dollar golden parachute.
McDonald's accused ousted CEO Steve Easterbrook of sending nude photos of employees from his company email account to a personal email, in a lawsuit attempting to recover Easterbrook's multimillion-dollar golden parachute.
Former McDonald's USA CEO Ed Rensi told “Varney & Co.” on Tuesday that he sides with shareholders in the lawsuit against Stephen Easterbrook, the CEO ousted last year over an inappropriate relationship with an employee.
McDonald’s fired Easterbrook last November after he acknowledged exchanging videos and text messages with an employee. Easterbrook told the company that there were no other similar instances.
McDonald’s would be "wise" to suspend the use of ball pits at its PlayPlaces and "get rid of them [in the] long-term" due to hygiene concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic, former McDonald’s USA CEO Ed Rensi told FOX Business Network's "Varney & Co."
McDonald's USA CEO Chris Kempczinski hinted that the chain is looking at updating its chicken menu items, when TIME Magazine asked him about criticism of its 2019 chicken sandwich.
McDonald's second-quarter report revealed that the chain may be losing ground to some of its peers as consumers increasingly skip their breakfast trips.
The company revealed a set of goals but few specifics on fighting systematic racism "in all forms."