https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mcdonalds-steve-easterbrook-ceo-sexual-relationships-employees/

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When McDonald's canned Stephen Easterbrook as CEO in 2019 for having what he and the company described as a consensual relationship with an employee, the parting was relatively straightforward — and highly lucrative for the ousted CEO , who walked away with a compensation package reportedly worth more than $40 million . Eight months later, the fast-food giant is suing its former chief executive to recoup the money, claiming he had sexual relationships with multiple employees and tried to cover them up. In a lawsuit filed Monday in Delaware, McDonald's accuses Easterbrook of having relationships with an additional three employees in the year before his termination, alleging he "concealed e... Full story

10 August

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