McDonald's addresses pressures over wages, marketing

McDonald's addresses pressures over wages, marketing

The company addresses concerns at its annual shareholder meeting amid mounting criticism.

Facing pressure from consumer and worker advocates inside its annual shareholder meeting and outside its Oak Brook, Ill., headquarters, McDonald’s Corp. presented itself to stockholders as a company with growth potential around the world and a responsible marketer and corporate citizen.

Protesters calling for McDonald’s and other quick-service companies to pay hourly workers a wage of at least $15 per hour gathered outside the chain’s campus yesterday and Thurs

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