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Highest Echelon

A personal finance blog. Paying for my University, life and eventually achieving financial freedom.

Will McDonald's Make it to 2050?

Thursday, October 19, 2006

You decide. Try this fun little McDonald's simulator. I think the bottom line to this game is: A corporation needs to constantly strive to improve upon itself or it won't sustain itself indefinitely.
posted by johnwilkx, 7:17 PM

1 Comments:

They could always convert to a REIT one day with all that valuable property they own.

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