McDonald's Is Acting Like a 5-Year-Old

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McDonald's (NYSE: MCD  ) is dropping Heinz (UNKNOWN: HNZ.DL  ) ketchup, after Bernardo Hees took over as Heinz's CEO; Hees was formerly CEO of Burger King Worldwide. In this segment, the guys discuss McDonald's and its relationship with Heinz, and why the move reminds them of a child throwing a tantrum.

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  • Report this Comment On October 30, 2013, at 12:22 AM, Sammy424242 wrote:

    Seriously? Do you realize that Bernardo Hees is now the CURRENT VICE CHAIRMAN of Burger King Holdings? He will still have tremendous control over McDonalds largest competitor. How is this acting like a 5 year old? This is business and the right thing to do.

    Please, please - do your homework before you take the easy way out and bash a decision that was made with sound reasoning.

    Doesn't anyone check facts anymore?

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