McDonald’s sues former chief over alleged sexual relationships with staff – Financial Times

McDonald’s has sued its former chief executive Steve Easterbrook, alleging that he hid details of three sexual relationships with employees when the board fired him last November over a separate relationship with a subordinate.
In a securities filing and a lawsuit on Monday, the burger chain said it was seeking to recover the compensation and severance payments it allowed Mr Easterbrook to leave with. Equilar, the executive pay consultancy, reported at the time that his severance deal was wort…

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