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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Ronald Mcdonald
McDonald's CEO Don Thompson sought to address a growing chorus of critics on issues including worker pay and marketing to children at its annual meeting Thursday.
It's not easy being Ronald McDonald.
Taco Bell is name-dropping an unlikely clown to promote its new breakfast menu - Ronald McDonald.
Ronald McDonald evidently hasn't lost his magic.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away. But when you put it in a Happy Meal, it might help keep regulators at bay too.
Ronald McDonald is having a midlife crisis. His floppy shoes, painted-on smile and flaming-red hair may be a harder sell to today's kids who are trading in their dolls and trucks for manicures and mobile game apps at ever younger ages. He also seems out of step with McDonald's Corp.'s new efforts to appeal to adults.
Ronald McDonald is having a midlife crisis.
An advocacy group on Tuesday asked the Federal Communications Commission to block a soon-to-debut TV cartoon show starring characters first created to market Skechers footwear to children.
"We are people. We do have values at McDonald's. We are parents," he said.
"It was surprisingly good," McDonald said.