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Religion
Israel's Arab Christians -- and "McJesus" creator Jani Leinonen -- want the sculpture removed from the Haifa Museum of Art.
Taste
"Mine is a box meal which is bigger and more powerful than his, and mine has gravy!"
Taste
"Wait till I see you in the streets Ronald McDonald."
Weird News
The nation's clown hysteria has reached new levels of bizarre.
Good News
These police officers spiced up their uniforms with a head-turning fashion statement -- for a good cause. Like Us On Facebook
Wellness
If, come September, we do in fact see Ronald McDonald in schools, it won't only be bad news for children -- it will be bad news for Don Thompson's reputation.
Teen
There are a number of reasons not to say "I'm lovin' it" to fast food in America, but these Oakland, California-based kids
Business
But today, according to both food advocates and McDonald's CEO Don Thompson, America's most recognizable clown won't go near
Comedy
Two weeks ago, McDonald's announced that Ronald McDonald was making a comeback in the digital age. He'll be tweeting and taking selfies. What follows is a firsthand account of what happened with Ron got the call.
Videos
McDonald's unveiled a new look for the famous clown on Wednesday while announcing a new role the character will play in the brand's social media channels around the world.
Business
Ronald McDonald in his former trademark yellow jumpsuit had branding experts wondering if the clown's floppy red shoes and
Business
Unknown Shall I Do It? "I wanted to expand the consumerist story told by advertising into something more honest," English
Culture & Arts
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Business
Pop quiz: Who do you think funds the hundreds of Ronald McDonald Houses around the nation? McDonald's, right? Sort of, but not really. Confused? Wondering how a corporation that raked in $27 billion last year can be so stingy with its own charity? You're not alone.
Food & Drink
These characters will forever be in our hearts.
Business
Last month, McDonald's gave its workers a little gift -- a budget purporting to show how to survive on the starvation wages the burger behemoth pays. The bizarre financial plan made millionaire McDonald's CEO Don Thompson look like a real clown.
Parenting
"We have tremendously high quality proteins," he says. "It is all real food," he continues. "We have always supported high
Business
The latest victim could be the string-tie wearing symbol of KFC, Colonel Sanders. Although he got a face-lift back in 2006