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At the 2011 McDonald’s shareholders’ meeting, the organization worked with allies to advance a resolution calling on the burger giant to document ...

This annual report summarizes important campaign victories from 2010 and recognizes our most committed philanthropic partners who have made this ...

In 2010, San Francisco passed a groundbreaking ordinance requiring kids’ meals with toy giveaways meet basic nutritional standards. Dedicated grassroots organizing successfully countered McDonald’s financial and lobbying clout.

The public health community demands McDonald's retire Ronald McDonald.

To most children, Ronald McDonald is the very embodiment of McDonald’s. But Ronald McDonald is far from an innocent clown. Rather, as this stunning report reveals, the character is the product of a well-orchestrated and shrewd marketing strategy by America’s king of fast food. By connecting its corporate image to a fun-loving clown, McDonald’s gains a tremendous amount of positive public relations. And what better way to bypass parents and market directly to children than through a clown – the icon of circuses and children’s parties.

This annual report summarizes important campaign victories from 2009 and recognizes our most committed philanthropic partners who have made this ...

This 30th anniversary booklet commemorates historic victories that Corporate Accountability International and its members have achieved by compelling powerful corporations ...

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