McDonald Kong-si (Eng-gí: McDonald's Corporation; (NYSEMCD) sī thong sè-kài siāng toā ê liân-só sok-si̍t chhan-thiaⁿ, tī sè-kài kok tē ū chhiau-koè 3 bān keng tiàm-bīn. Chú-iàu ê sán-phín ū hamburger, chìⁿ má-lêng-chû, chìⁿ ke-bah téng-téng.

McDonald's Kong-si
Goân-bûn McDonald's Corporation
Lūi-hêng Kong-khai kong-si
Tu-sek
Sêng-li̍p 1940 nî 5 goe̍h 15 ji̍t​ (82 nî í-chêng)​ (1940-05-15)
Tāi-piáu jîn-bu̍t
Sán-gia̍p Restaurants, Real estate[2][3]
Sán-phín
Êng-gia̍p-gia̍h Increase US$21.076 billion
Êng-lī Increase US$9.070 billion
Lī-sûn Increase US$6.025 billion (2019)
Chu-sán Decrease US$32.811 billion (2018)
Gôan-kang 210,000 (2018)
Bāng-chām www.mcdonalds.com
corporate.mcdonalds.com
Me-lá-no͘h ê chhan-tiám.

Chham-chiàuSiu-kái

  1. "Enrique Hernandez, Jr". McDonalds.com. 
  2. Purdy, Chase (April 25, 2017). "McDonald's isn't just a fast-food chain—it's a brilliant $30 billion real-estate company". Quartz (ēng Eng-gí). November 23, 2021 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. Maze, Jonathan (February 26, 2015). "Why McDonald's won't ever get rid of its real estate". Nation's Restaurant News (ēng Eng-gí). November 23, 2021 khòaⁿ--ê.