McDonald's changing to accommodate U.S. consumer tastes

McDonald's announced it would eliminate layers of management and create a new organizational structure in the United States in response to what consumers want. Losing customers to fast casual chains, the company is planning to give stores in the 22 U.S. regions more autonomy to make local menu decisions. Story

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