Weekly Global Wrap: US Sec charges ex-McDonald's CEO for misleading investors about termination; Pokemot debuts in US; Starbucks' support staff ordered to return to office

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged former McDonald's Corp Chief Executive Stephen Easterbrook for making false and misleading statements to investors about his 2019 termination. More from Reuters.

Pokemoto debuts in the US. More from GlobalNewswire.

Starbucks' support staff ask to work for three days back in office compared to the previous one day a week commitment. More from Reuters.

KFC Philippines debuts stationary self-ordering robot. More from Manila Bulletin.


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