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Editorial: McDonald's and #MeToo: Why McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook had to go

The details are important in the firing of McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook. What matters more broadly is the message: Rules for employee behavior must be followed by everyone, including the boss. No, especially the boss.

Chicago-based McDonald's said Sunday that Easterbrook lost his job because he was engaged in a consensual relationship

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