McDonald's Wage Protests Continue As Shareholders Meet
Protesters marched on McDonald's corporate headquarters Thursday, but the company is looking to Washington, D.C., to address minimum wage issues.By Evan Thomas | May 21, 2015
Hundreds of McDonald's workers continued protests outside the company's shareholder meeting Thursday, angling for better wages.
Demonstrators at the company's Oak Brook, Illinois, campus are calling for an hourly wage of $15 and the right to unionize. They plan to collect a million signatures in a petition to support the demands. (Video via WMAQ)
The company shut down a building at McDonald's' headquarters Wednesday when demonstrators came out in force. Police arrested about 100 for trespassing when they pushed onto the campus in Oak Brook. (Video via NBC)