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fast-food restaurant chain throughout the world; recognized by golden arches. [Am. Culture: Misc.]
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She worked as a waitress in the food retail chain, Mc Donald's till she got a break as a model after which she became an actor and later went on to join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 2003.
The Mc Donald's ad on Khaleej Times by UM7 saw figures increased to 7 per cent vs initially planned at 5 per cent making the campaign a great success.
This is the third time in a row that they have won an award for Mc Donald's in a special op with Khaleej Times.
Though Mc Donald's has been the subject of much criticism and controversy, the most damaging would probably be the publishing of the book Fast Food Nation and the documentary Super Size Me.
Eric Schlosser's book Fast Food Nation, criticized the business practices of Mc Donald's including the allegations about the company's treatment of its staff.
Desperate to find its edge, Mc Donald's apparently even made fourteen different changes to the special sauce of the big Mac in a year.
For instance, Reuters, reported one particular Mc Donald's in Munich recorded a 22 percent rise in sales after the franchise opted for a fireplace, leather sofas, wooden floors and had a McCafe which served pastry, tiramisu and cappuccino on china.
Violence also flared 250 miles away in the capital Buenos Aires, where an American-owned bank and a branch of Mc Donald's were torched.
PAUL ROBINSON was taking part in an exclusive Mc Donald's coaching session to celebrate that the company has now created 10,000 volunteer grassroots coaches over the last four years.
Some protesters broke the doors of a Halifax branch and damaged the doors of a Mc Donald's, an Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said.
Alvin Mc Donald's unchanged side made the perfect start on nine minutes when Radcliffe keeper Phil Priestley miskicked the ball under pressure from Nicky Young.