Stephen James Easterbrook is the former chairman and chief executive officer of the American fast-food company McDonald’s. He was trained as an accountant at Price Waterhouse.
Stephen James Easterbrook first worked as a manager for McDonald’s in London in 1993. He vacated his position to become the chief executive officer of PizzaExpress and Wagamama. He returned to McDonald’s in 2013 to succeed
Stephen James Easterbrook was born on 6 August 1967 in Watford, England and grew up in Watford. He attended Watford Grammar School for Boys and later studied natural science at St Chad’s College, Durham University.
At St Chad’s College, Durham University, Stephen James Easterbrook played cricket with fellow student Nasser Hussain, who later became England cricket captain.
What did the former McDonald’s CEO do?
Stephen James Easterbrook, On November 1, 2019, the board of directors voted to sack him with immediate effect, due to evidence of a relationship with a staff member that violates the company’s anti-fraternity policies.