McDonald's USA President Jeff Stratton To Retire; New President Appointed
(dpa-AFX International Compact Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) OAK BROOK (dpa-AFX) - McDonald's Corp. (MCD) announced Friday that McDonald's USA president, Jeff Stratton, 58, has decided to retire after 41 years with the brand.
As a result, the company has appointed former McDonald's Executive Mike Andres as McDonald's USA president effective October 15, the date of Stratton's retirement.
Andres, 56, will report to Thompson and also oversee the Canadian market. He joins McDonald's after his most recent role as CEO and chairman of Logan's Roadhouse Inc.
Andres began his McDonald's career in the restaurant, as manager for his family-owned McDonald's in Northern California. He went on to build a 30-year track record of success at McDonald's in diverse leadership roles. He started in marketing and worked across operations and development before becoming regional vice president and senior vice president. From 2001 to 2007, Andres served a successful tenure as president and CEO of Boston Market while it was a McDonald's subsidiary. From 2010 to 2012, Andres served as president of the Central Division in the U.S.
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