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McDonald's continues to bet on Chicago while other companies leave

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McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski says crime is "seeping into every corner of our city" He says it's making it harder to recruit corporate talent to Chicago. Starbucks, too, has noted similar problems at some of its stores. McDonald's remains committed to Chicago, which was its headquarters from 1955 to 1971.
2 months ago·Chicago, United States

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McDonald's CEO sounds the alarm over crime in Chicago

McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski has big concerns about surging crime in Chicago, where the fast food giant is based, saying it is impacting the company's restaurants and making it harder to recruit corporate talent.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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McDonald's CEO says crime is thwarting return to Chicago offices

"Our city is in crisis," CEO Chris Kempczinski says, noting rising crime makes it hard to recruit executives.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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McDonald's CEO sounds the alarm over crime in Chicago

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN BusinessMcDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski has big concerns about surging crime in Chicago, where the fast food giant is based, saying it is impacting the company’s restaurants and making it harder to recruit corporate talent.Crime is “seeping into every corner of our city,” Kempczinski said during an event at the Economic Club of Chicago Wednesday.“Everywhere I go, I’m confronted by the same question these days — w…

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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McDonald’s CEO warns of soaring crime in Chicago: ‘Our city is in crisis’

Chris Kempczinski told business leaders in the Windy City that McDonald's workers are hesitant to ride mass transit due to an increase in crime.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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McDonald's CEO bemoans crime 'seeping into every corner' of Chicago

Cars wait in the drive-thru line at a McDonald's restaurant. Jeff Chiu/APMcDonald's CEO bemoans crime 'seeping into every corner' of Chicago Julia Johnson September 15, 07:52 PMSeptember 15, 08:38 PMMcDonald’sCEO Chris Kempczinski told attendees that "our city is in crisis" at an Economic Club of Chicago event on Wednesday, referring to rampant crime in the Windy City. He added that crime is “seeping into every corner of…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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McDonald's continues to bet on Chicago while other companies leave

McDonald's said it will open a new innovation center in the West Loop.

2 months ago·United States
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