College football’s championship team, the Clemson Tigers, had dinner at the White House on Monday night, and we’re still recovering from it—mainly because the photos are so shocking. The grinning president of the United States presiding over a meal fit for … well … hungry college football players?
McDonald’s workers are staging a protest against sexual harassment, but the groups backing the one-day strike face their own misconduct allegations from female employees.
Organized labor won a small but key victory on Tuesday when a federal administrative law judge rejected a proposed settlement between McDonald’s and the government’s top labor lawyer.
Senate Democrats are pressing federal regulators to push forward on a controversial Obama era investigation into McDonald’s before the Trump administration can rule on the joint-employer standard.
McDonald’s has long been known for its signature golden arched “M” symbol, but the fast food giant is turning the iconic symbol on its head Thursday in honor of International Women’s Day.
Earlier this week Politico profiled Keith Schiller, President Trump’s former “body man,” who recently testified before the House Intelligence Committee.
Last year, McDonald’s test-marketed a Big Mac in Ohio. The special sauce was blended with sriracha, that now-ubiquitous condiment consisting primarily of red chili paste and vinegar, whose origins have been traced to Thailand (specifically the subdistrict of Sriracha in Chonburi Province).
Congressional Republicans are attempting to reverse Obama-era labor regulations holding parent corporations responsible for actions undertaken by franchisees.
It’s the kind of headline meant to grab the attention of the president: “Say Goodbye to the Filet-O-Fish.”
A senior Trump administration official indicated the White House will give employers more input into regulatory actions and is willing to abandon a controversial Obama-era rule on franchising