McDonald’s Corp. has named company veteran Tim Fenton chief operating officer of the 33,500-unit quick-service chain, the company said Monday. Fenton, 54, has been with McDonald’s for 39 years, and is currently president of McDonald's Asia, Pacific, Middle East and Africa region. He succeeds Don Thompson, who in March was named chief executive and president, replacing Jim Skinner, who is retiring. Fenton will assume the chief operating officer role on July ...
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