McDonald's may shift some jobs to India in cost-cutting move

McDonald's may shift some jobs to India in cost-cutting move

Fast food giant McDonald's may be planning to outsource jobs to India as part of a USD 500 million cost reduction plan it announced last November, a media report said.

McDonald`s moves into Oprah`s old home

McDonald`s is moving into the old home of The Oprah Winfrey Show.

FIFA to meet sponsors on Thursday

FIFA to meet sponsors on Thursday

FIFA will meet some of its leading commercial partners on Thursday to discuss reforms, a source close to soccer`s world governing body said on Tuesday.

McDonald`s France apologises for `don`t feed the homeless` note

McDonald's France was forced to apologise Wednesday following the emergence of an internal note reportedly ordering staff not to hand out food to "tramps" at a restaurant on the swish Cote d'Azur.

Global brands stretched by India's food safety record

To safeguard its multibillion-dollar brand, McDonald`s says more than 100 checks it applies across its international operations are then carried out after that.

B J Novak to star in McDonald's biopic

B J Novak to star in McDonald's biopic

‘The Mindy Project’ star B J Novak will join Michael Keaton in the upcoming biopic of popular fast food chain McDonald's, titled, ‘The Founder’.

Nick Offerman joins McDonald's biopic 'The Founder'

Nick Offerman joins McDonald's biopic 'The Founder'

"Parks and Recreation" star Nick Offerman is the latest star to board the upcoming McDonald's biopic.

McDonald''s starts table service in Germany

McDonald`s Corp is introducing table service in Germany as it reinvents itself as a "modern, progressive burger company" under new Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook.

Coca-Cola, McDonald's wage unhealthy 'war' on Russia: PM aide

Russian officials sharply criticised US fast-food giants Coca-Cola and McDonald's on Thursday for their "unhealthy" products, comparing aggressive advertising campaigns to a war on citizens.

McDonald's probes eviction of destitute child from its outlet

McDonald's India is "internally" probing an incident of a destitute child reportedly being thrown out of its outlet here, even as the restaurant management suspended the security personnel involved in the incident.

Michael Keaton may star in film on McDonald

Michael Keaton may star in film on McDonald

Golden Globe-winner Michael Keaton is in talks to star as the lead in 'The Founder', the story of the rise of the McDonald's fast food empire.

Woman finds `dental material` in Japan McDonald`s burger

A Japanese woman has claimed she discovered fragments identified as "dental material" in a McDonald`s hamburger, the company said Friday, the latest in a series of food contamination woes for the fast-food giant.

John Lee Hancock in talks to direct McDonald's movie

'The Rookie' helmer John Lee Hancock is in negotiations to direct the movie based on the story of McDonald's food empire 'The Founder'.

China sentences two cult members to death for McDonald's murder

China sentenced two members of a banned religious cult to death on Saturday for the murder of a woman at a McDonald`s restaurant after she refused an apparent attempt by the group to recruitment her, state media said.

China tries five cult members for McDonald`s murder

China put on trial five members of a banned religious group on Thursday for the murder of a woman who was beaten to death at a McDonald`s after police say she refused to give them her telephone number when the group apparently tried to recruit her.

McDonald`s holds the beef in China meat scandal

McDonald`s outlets across China have yanked their flagship burgers from the menu, the company said Monday, as the American owner of a key supplier embroiled in an expired meat scandal offered consumers a personal apology.

`China regulator says scandal-hit food supplier forged production dates`

Regulators in Shanghai have found that scandal-hit China-based food supplier forged production dates on some of its products and sold them after their expiry, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday.

McDonald's workers protest low wages, more than 100 arrested

Police on Wednesday arrested more than 100 demonstrators seeking better pay for McDonald`s workers as protesters swarmed the fast-food chain`s corporate campus near Chicago to demand a minimum wage of USD 15 an hour and the right to unionize.

Refer dispute with Bakshi for arbitration: McDonald's to CLB

American food chain major McDonald's on Friday submitted before the Company Law Board that the dispute with its Indian joint venture partner Vikram Bakshi should be referred for arbitration.

Hardcastle to invest Rs 300-cr to open 75 McD outlets by FY15

Hardcastle Restaurants, the joint venture partner of McDonald's in West and South, today said it plans to invest up to Rs 300 crore to add at least 75 outlets of the American fast food chain by FY15.