Is McDonald’s Planning to Replace Its Cashiers With Computer Screens?

By | October 23, 2014

After McDonald’s announced yet another round of disappointing earnings yesterday—its quarterly profits fell 30 percent—the Wall Street Journal editorial page took a moment to gloat. “So even one of the world’s most ubiquitous consumer brands cannot print money at its pleasure,” it wrote. “This may be news to liberal pressure…

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Nice article on labor costs and McDonalds. And at fast-food chains other than McDonald’s (White Castle e.g.), experiments with touch screens haven’t necessarily led to smaller staff. 

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