McDonald's Corp. (MCD)


NYSE - NYSE Real Time Price. Currency in USD
115.66+0.30 (+0.26%)
At close: 4:00 PM EDT

115.66 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:40 PM EDT

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Open115.51
Prev Close115.36
Bid115.50 x 200
Ask115.72 x 900
Day's Range115.20 - 116.00
52wk Range94.31 - 131.96
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap98.7B
P/E Ratio (ttm)22.09
Beta0.66
Volume5,152,871
Avg Vol (3m)5,171,881
Dividend & Yield3.56 (3.08%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals19 minutes ago

    McDonald's U.S. president to retire

    McDonald's announced Wednesday that its U.S. president will retire at the end of the year and will be replaced by a current company vice president. Mike Andres, 58, started his career at McDonald's more than 30 years ago and was named president of McDonald's U.S. business in August 2014 after a brief period away from the corporation. The Chicago Tribune reported that Andres and CEO Steve Easterbrook, who succeeded Don Thompson in 2015, oversaw institutional changes to the fast food chain such as serving breakfast all day, paring down the menu, and improving order accuracy.

  • Associated Press1 hour ago

    McDonald's taps relative outsider to lead key US business

    NEW YORK (AP) — McDonald's says the president of its U.S. business is retiring after about two years on the job, marking the latest executive change as the fast-food giant tries to reinvent itself by bringing in a relative outsider to lead its flagship region.