A McDonald's employee working overtime for nearly four months straight would make as much as the company's former CEO earned in just 60 minutes, according to an analysis published Tuesday reports the Huffington Post.
The analysis, compiled by the financial information company NerdWallet, assumes the average salary of a McDonald's hourly worker is $7.73, based on information from self-reported salary site GlassDoor.com.
By comparison, former McDonald's CEO James Skinner raked in $9,247 for an hour of his precious time last year, according to NerdWallet.
(Reuters) - A deadly winter storm kept a tight grip on much of the United States on Monday as cold, snow and ice spread across the East Coast, snarling traffic and knocking out power to thousands. As much as 5 inches of snow were forecast for Monday night into Tuesday and much of the area from Virginia to coastal New England were under winter weather advisories, the National Weather Service (NWS) said in a forecast.
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CHARLOTTE, N. C. (TheStreet) -- From the day Stephen Wolf selected the name US Airways in 1996, Charlotte Douglas International Airport has been the heart and soul of the airline.
So the airport celebration Monday of the deal that will put an end to the name, and to the airport's primacy, was bittersweet.
More sweet than bitter, though, because now the airport built by Jerry Orr over the past four decades seems destined to survive indefinitely as one of just two major air transportation hubs in the southeastern United States, home to 80 million people.