McDonald's manager shares what he sees as a major issue for the burger chain.
CEOs and political critique seldom go well together — while cordial Entire Food sources Chief John Mackey went on a webcast to say that the "communists are dominating
and youngsters "don't seem like they need to work," the web didn't allow him to resign without one final outrage.
The furthest down the line individual to stir things up with his comments is McDonald's (MCD) - Get McDonald's Company Report CEO Chris Kempczinski.
The city alone has in excess of 400 cafés and, Kempczinski told columnists at the occasion, increasing wrongdoing has been making it hard to run large numbers of them.
"We have rough wrongdoing that is going on in our cafés … we're seeing vagrancy issues in our eateries. We're having drug goes too far that are occurring in our cafés," he said.