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    one commercial by a smiling mother with a baby on her back who is also smiling. Even though there are dangers of hamburgers and other McDonald’s fast food, the ads accomplish their purpose and are very emotionally manipulative but still get millions of people to buy their food. McDonald’s is the world’s largest toy distributor; children often recognize the McDonald’s logo before they can their own names (Schlosser), they know kids love toys. They fatten their profits by aggressively targeting…

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    view in order to better understand the difference between the way how McDonald’s see themselves and the way hot they are seen by their customers. His first task was to analyze the current CSR policy from the point of view of McDonald’s, listing everything the company regards a socially responsible activity. He took his pen and started writing. Since the pen was green, he approached the company’s environmental efforts…

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    Introduction McDonald’s restaurants stand among American capitalism’s greatest success stories. Starting out with just one burger stall in 1948, the fast-food chain’s emphasis on quick service and a standardized menu has helped it to grow to more than 35,000 outlets across the world (C. R., 2015) McDonald’s Corp outlined plans for what it called fundamental changes to its business as it reported one of its worst quarterly profit declines in years, driven by problems in nearly every major part of…

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    French fries were of great importance to Ray Kroc, one founder of McDonald’s. He wrote in his biography, “its preparation a ritual to be followed religiously." In the course of the chain's recent years, french fries were made from scratch every day. Their Russet Burbank potatoes were peeled, cut, and fried in McDonald's restaurants. As McDonald’s continued to expand across the nation, in the mid-1960s, it needed to compress employment costs, diminish the number of corporations they bought from,…

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    factors, the retail environment and many other elements affect McDonald’s success in the market. • For McDonald’s to be successful in marketing, they identify the customer needs and requirements and try to meet them in a better way than competitors. In this way a company creates loyal customers • The starting point is for the business to find out who the possible customers are, because…

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    Mcdonald's Super Size Me

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    Mcdonald’s has been around for about 70 years, and each year our country gets fatter and fatter and some people don’t know why. Some people, like the people we see on the documentary, go to fast food places once a week, but some people do eat out about 3 times a week. They don’t know how much harm that takes on your body. I was thinking about what I have eaten over the years and what that has taken into my health. In the video Super Size Me, they showed us that Mcdonald’s, is not the place to…

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    Expanding an Opportunity Globally During the mid- 1930s two brother changed how a small town drive-in restaurant can expand nationally and international. The McDonald brothers, Richard and Maurice founded the McDonald’s restaurant. The McDonald “brothers developed food processing and assembly line techniques” which in later years expanded globally (Vignali, 2001). The innovative way of preparing, serving, and selling food began in California. Since the 1920’s, California has been known as a…

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    Summary of the Article and McDonald’s McDonald’s is the largest fast-food restaurant chain in the world and was originally founded in 1940 by Richard and Maurice McDonald as a barbecue restaurant. It primarily serves regular fast foods like burgers, chicken, soft drinks, French fries, breakfast products and a recent influx of healthier alternatives in an effort to boost sales. Target customer of McDonald’s includes families, teens, young professionals and business customers. The companies’ major…

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    “Working at McDonald’s is like riding a bike, except the bike is on fire everything is on fire you are on fire” is what I saw on a shirt once, and this one “You don’t have to be crazy to work at McDonald’s they will train you”, both of these are very true to working at McDonald’s. However, it can still be very fun to work there. But just like any job its half and half. For one thing, most of the people who work there I also went or go to school now with. So, I’m friends with most of the people…

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    Mcdonald's Case Study

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    From the problems mentioned above demonstrate management system remains a problem, and McDonald 's would have to learn and improve. If return to the beginning of McDonald 's that opened the first branch in America, it also found that even McDonald 's in the United States was faced with identical problem and the problem that McDonald 's in the United States are facing is about the cost labor. In July 2013, a thousand employees from famous fast food in the United States including Mcdonald 's,…

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