McDonald’s USA president Jeff Stratton will retire and be replaced in October by former Logan’s Roadhouse Inc. chief executive Mike Andres, the company said Friday. Stratton, who is 58, said the decision to retire comes after 41 years with the Oak Brook, Ill.-based quick-service operator. “When I tapped Jeff to assume the role of McDonald’s USA president nearly two years ago, I asked him to lay the foundation for future growth in the U.S. market," ...
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