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Stephen James Easterbrook is a British business executive. From March 2015 to November 2019, he was president and chief executive of McDonald's, the American fast food company.

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McDonald's Sues Outgoing CEO [Video]

McDonald's Sues Outgoing CEO

McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired for inappropiate relationships with his employees. CNN reports that McDonald's is now suing Easterbrook. In a lawsuit the company alleges Easterbrook lied to..

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McDonald's investigation into ex-CEO now includes the HR department

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Ex-McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook fights lawsuit over alleged sexual relationships with employees, nude videos

McDonald's accuses former CEO Steve Easterbrook in a lawsuit of having sexual relationships with employees and destroying nude videos and photos.
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McDonald's files lawsuit against former CEO after new misconduct allegations

Ex-McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook faces a lawsuit filed by his former employer, alleging he lied about having sexual relationships with multiple employees. He was previously ousted after he admitted..
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McDonald’s sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

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McDonald’s says it’s suing Steve Easterbrook, the CEO it ousted last year about an inappropriate relationship with an employee, alleging Monday that he covered up relationships with three other..
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McDonald's sues ex-boss Easterbrook over sexual relationships

The fast food giant says former boss Steve Easterbrook lied about his behaviour.
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McDonald's ousted CEO Steve Easterbrook may get $70 million payout

Former McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook, who was fired over the weekend for having a "consensual relationship" with a company employee, could pocket $70 million worth of stock and options in..
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Fired McDonald's CEO could walk away with $70 million

Steve Easterbrook got the boot — and a golden landing pad — after exit over "consensual relationship" with employee
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U.S. boards end era of impunity for 'skirt-chasers,' McDonald's firing shows

Directors of U.S. companies are increasingly showing zero tolerance for executives' sexual relationships with employees, even consensual ones, an attitude shift evident in McDonald's Corp's dismissal..
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McDonald's fires CEO over relationship with employee

McDonald's fired CEO Steve Easterbrook after the company learned he had a consensual relationship with an employee. Now, the head of the company's human resources department is out as well. Jericka..
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McDonald's ousted CEO will get 26 weeks of pay but forfeiting millions in stock options

Fired McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook is getting 26 weeks of pay or about $670,000 as part of his severance or separation agreement.
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Should you date your boss or coworker? How an office relationship might end your career

McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired after being in a relationship with an employee. It raises the question: Should bosses date employees?
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McDonald's CEO surprise exit throws long-term vision into doubt: analysts

The surprise exit of McDonald's Corp chief executive officer, Steve Easterbrook, over the weekend has Wall Street wondering whether the burger chain's multi-billion dollar strategy to boost sales could..
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Factbox: Meet McDonald's new CEO: Chris Kempczinski

McDonald's Corp head of U.S. operations, Chris Kempczinski, replaced Steve Easterbrook as chief executive officer of the world's largest fast-food chain on Sunday.
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McDonald’s Stock Doubled in 4 Years Under Fired ‘Lovin’ it’ CEO

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McDonald's: CEO Steve Easterbrook fired after dating employee

Steve Easterbrook had a consensual relationship with another member of staff, violating company rules.
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McDonald's CEO ousted after having 'consensual' relationship with an employee

Steve Easterbrook was at the helm of the fast-food behemoth since 2015.
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