caption Some orders are pretty out there. source Justin Sullivan / Getty Images McDonald’s employees know all about how things are run at the fast-food giant. Customers might miss out on some secrets that are obvious to employees. Here’s a look at some insider facts from employees that you should know if you’re planning to go a Big Mac run. McDonald’s jobs are abundant. About 375,000 people work at the fast-food chain, according to a 2016 McDonald’s filing. But if you include franchise employees, as Forbes did in 2015, the number jumps to 1.9 million, making McDonald’s one of the largest employers in the world. Whether they work for franchise locations or corporate stores, McDonald’s employees gain a keen insight into the inner workings of the fast-food giant. McDonald’s employees can tell you all about the most annoying customer requests and the consequences of working around french fries all day. Here are a … [Read more...] about McDonald’s drive-thrus are ‘not suitable for horses’ — and 11 other insider facts about McDonald’s that employees know and most customers don’t
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Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of media company Axel Springer, recently sat down with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to talk about the early days of creating Amazon, what he’s learned since then, how he funds his rocket company Blue Origin, and what it’s like when the president of the United States is your biggest critic. Axel Springer is the parent company of Insider, Inc., which publishes Business Insider in the US and the UK. The sit-down interview happened in Berlin, Germany, where Bezos received the Axel Springer Award 2018. You can read the complete transcript of their talk below. Mathias Döpfner: Jeff, welcome to Berlin. Jeff Bezos: Thanks, it’s great to be here. Döpfner: When we were sitting in the first row just a couple of minutes ago, waiting for the award ceremony, you looked at me: “Mathias are you nervous?” And I said, “Yes, I’m always nervous on occasions like that.” And you said, “So am I.” And I said, … [Read more...] about Jeff Bezos reveals what it’s like to build an empire and become the richest man in the world — and why he’s willing to spend $1 billion a year to fund the most important mission of his life
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Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner sat down with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to talk about the early days of creating Amazon, what he’s learned since then, how he funds his rocket company Blue Origin, and what it’s like when the president of the United States is your biggest critic. The sit-down interview happened in Berlin, Germany, where Bezos received the Axel Springer Award 2018. You can read the complete transcript of their talk below. Mathias Döpfner: Jeff, welcome to Berlin. Jeff Bezos: Thanks, it’s great to be here. Döpfner: I have to tell you, when we were sitting in the first row just a couple of minutes ago when the heartbeat was there, Jeff looked at me and I was breathing in and out and he looked at me and asked, “Matias are you nervous?” I said, “Yes, I’m always nervous on occasions like that.” And he said, “So am I.” I said, “Really? “The richest man in the world is nervous “because he … [Read more...] about Jeff Bezos talked to us about leaving a steady Wall Street job to start Amazon, why his rocket company Blue Origin is his most important project, and what it’s like to have Trump as your biggest critic
Will Martin, provided by Published 12:16 am, Saturday, April 21, 2018 Action Images / Tony O'Brien Livepic UK economic growth could pick up much more sharply than expected by the end of 2018, according to Mike Bell, a global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management. That's because Bell expects inflation to fall quicker than most people expect, while wage growth will continue to increase steadily. This creates situation where consumers are increasing their real wages and are more confident to spend. That in turn will boost the wider UK economy, which is heavily consumer based. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Fashion Brand "Marine Layer" Grows From Apparel to Airbnb Cheddar TV These Are the Best Times to Book Flights Based on the Season Buzz 60 Inside Spotify's Acquisition of Loudr Cheddar TV Questions Over Safety at Tesla Plant Cheddar TV Bobbi Brown: "I Study Instagram" Cheddar TV New Media vs. Old-School Media … [Read more...] about 2018 could end up being a great year for the UK economy — here’s why