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"ray kroc fred turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"ray kroc fred turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too

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Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?

"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too

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"ray kroc fred turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"ray kroc fred turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The former CEO of McDonald's and I I've never talked to Ed renzi but man have I been accustomed McDonald's over the years and you know people attack anything that's successful Here we have a company that is fed more people At a reasonable cost than any company on the face of the earth and I remember reading about a hundred years ago And the people were dying because they couldn't get food to people in the inner cities and so forth McDonald's has served an important important purpose to adjust its menu from time to time I stick to the old menu I'm old school may I say I think I will But in any event what drew my attention to Ed renzi is this is a man of foresight and courage He was not only there when they came up with the McNuggets But he's had enough of woke corporatism and he's formed a group to fight it at renzi how are you my friend I'm very well Thank you And I appreciate you allowing me to come on your show and give the common man a voice And the common man of voice tell me what it is that has Well first of all before we get to that tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too I mean I used to play the games there Okay did I win a hamburger You know something like that Anyway so Ed renzi former CEO of McDonald's Something drew your attention to what's going on in this country and you decided to do something about it explain that Well Bernie Marcus whose counter of Home Depot one of the founders a whole new partner wonderful man I mean real citizen great benefactor to our society gives everybody an opportunity And he asked me a long time ago to join job creators network where we could elevate young minorities to understand what the value of work is and to teach them how to go to work how to set an alarm clock how to get to work on time how to study learn grow and teach them what the paycheck look like and the value of work and that their hard work could be rewarded to make it grow and develop Jobs creators network was the foundation of this and I've been working with them on and off since the foundation And then just recently you know they created a coalition of job creators network the second vote advisers in the free enterprise project to talk about the free enterprise system in the United States and how it's deteriorating What can we do about it How can we get people to understand that we're prosperous because we have free markets free enterprise and all of a sudden we've got all this ever since the BLM and the deployed matter all horrible things and there's no question about that But now we've gone off the rails This social engineering and social policy the rittenhouse thing in Kenosha Wisconsin We focus on the minority activity and you know you're a scholar the federalist papers and the discussion and they were afraid of the tyranny of the minority And we have a minority of people in this country today that have big voices for whatever reason I don't quite understand it all They're shaping the policy of this country with an adverse effect on corporations and the shareholders in those corporations The duty the duty of board members and the duty of the executives of a company is to the investors our obligation in those roles and responsibilities is to grow the profits by smart wise investment great management and by doing that you elevate everybody in the company whether it's supply chain or whether it's employees directly or investors And now we've gone off on this tag and with environmental and social policy reviews and the scales and feel like the Communist Party of China check this behave in socially sweeping your front stoop every day Did we just can't have that kind of thing And I think it's incumbent upon all of us to say to the boards and to the executives Your duty is to the shareholder run these companies and we want for example we've offered to the Bank of America shareholders and opportunity to vote and we want to have a very simple review and audit Of all the civil rights of every employee and the company across the board You can't neglect the majority for the minority And I think some of these corporations have gone off the deep end and the classic example of that suddenly is Disney And I have to say Mark I'm a man of inclusion I think we need to elevate everybody We need to give everybody a voice.

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