McDonald’s reshuffles U.S. management again


McDonald’s has tweaked its domestic management structure again, eliminating two of four regional presidencies and reorganizing the U.S. market into two mega-zones, BloombergBusiness reported this morning.

McDonald’s said the changes are intended to facilitate faster decision-making, a stated objective of CEO Steve Easterbrook.

The two discontinued presidencies were held by Rick Colon and Kevin Newell, both of whom are retiring, BloombergBusiness reported.

The U.S. market’s two zones will be headed by Debbie Roberts and Charlie Strong, who continue to report to systemwide Chief Field Office Karen King.


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