Chief executive Jim Skinner says charities like the Ronald McDonald House are 'the right thing to do'
McDonald’s may be known for its “billions and billions” served, but chief executive Jim Skinner gathered with Ronald McDonald and several hundred people in Saint Louis to celebrate a significant, if slightly smaller, milestone — the opening of the 300th Ronald McDonald House. Skinner was joined at the ribbon-cutting ceremony at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center by several families of sick children. Every night the Ronald McDonald Houses around the world ...
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