174.18 +0.12 (0.07%)
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|Bid||173.82 x 500|
|Ask||174.58 x 500|
|Day's Range||173.68 - 175.09|
|52 Week Range||118.18 - 175.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.19|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.04 (2.33%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The fast food chain announced that the popular Illinois fast food joint will be shuttering its doors as it readies itself for a remodeling. Once the McDonald’s returns, it will no longer carry the rock ‘n’ roll theme with it, becoming nothing more than a plain burger store. The rock ‘n’ roll McDonald’s is located at Clark and Ontario streets and it was a popular rock-themed tourist attraction that carried with it the nostalgia of the golden age of the music genre.
A U.S. labor board on Thursday overturned an Obama-era ruling that had made it easier for unions and workers to hold companies accountable for practices of contractors and franchisees, a decision welcomed by business groups that could affect a major case against McDonald's Corp . The 3-2 decision by the National Labor Relations Board reversed the standard it had set in a 2015 case involving Browning-Ferris Industries Inc. It reinstated a previous test that says companies are "joint employers" only when they exercise direct control over workers.
Analysts say many restaurant share prices don’t reflect all of the benefits from the coming tax reform.
Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) have filed shareholder resolutions at each of the companies, ICCR said in a statement on Thursday. ICCR members, alongside other campaigners, have had previous success in convincing most U.S. chicken producers to stop using medically important antibiotics.
Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) have filed shareholder resolutions at each of the companies, ICCR said in a statement on Thursday. If the resolutions are not successfully challenged by the companies, they will come up for vote at the companies' next shareholders meetings.
Some habits can’t be broken — even amid competitive threats from McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE: MCD ) or Shake Shack Inc (NYSE: SHAK ). Habit Restaurant Inc (NASDAQ: HABT ) earned the endorsement of Maxim ...
For decades fast food has been a quintessential symbol of American culture. Burgers, fries and Coke is probably as American as a meal can get, but things have been changing in the last couple of years with the ascension of a new type of restaurants: fast casual. The fast casual industry has grown from $29 […]
Restaurants have had a rough year, but it looks like they could get a boost from tax reform, especially smaller restaurants that get most of their profits from the U.S. More analysts are weighing in on this today, with Stifel's Chris O'Cull and his team arguing that restaurant stocks don't yet fully reflect the benefit they could see from tax reform. O'Cull believes that Chipotle (CMG), WingStop (WING), Domino's (DPZ), and Jack in the Box (JACK) could see EPS climb 20% or more from lower taxes, while Chuy's (CHUY), Texas Roadhouse (TXRH), Domino's, Starbucks (SBUX), and WingStop should see the greatest percentage. From his note: We do not believe restaurant stocks fully reflect the benefit of the proposed tax reform.