McDonald's CEO fired for relationship

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McDonald's CEO is terminated from the company after he "violated company policy and demonstrated poor judgment involving a recent consensual relationship with an employee." Fired McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook will get six months of severance and keep $37 million in stock awards in return for not going to work for a competitor for two years. The company announced Easterbrook’s departure Sunday over having had a relationship with an employee and on Monday said its chief people officer would also leave. Chris Kempczinski, former head of U.S. operations, will replace Easterbrook, who was widely credited with reviving the company's fortune during a tenure that began in 2015 and marked by technological innovation.

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