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McDonald's CEO: Chicago Crime Keeping Employees Away

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Chris Kempczinski, CEO of McDonald's, has concerns about the escalating crime in Chicago.

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He says it is affecting the company's restaurants and making it more difficult to hire corporate talent. 

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Kempczinski spoke Wednesday at an Economic Club of Chicago event that crime is "seeping into all corners of our city."

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"Everywhere I go, I am confronted with the same question these days: What's happening in Chicago?"

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Although it hurts our civic pride to hear this, there is a general feeling that the city is in serious trouble.

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Kempczinski stated that McDonald's restaurants throughout the city are in trouble, noting that the chain has about 400 locations in Chicago. 

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"We have violent crime in our restaurants. We are experiencing homelessness in our restaurants.

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He said that there are drug overdoses in restaurants. "So, we see in restaurants daily what's happening in society."

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The Chicago Mayor's Office didn't immediately respond to a request to comment on Kempczinski's comments. 

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Starbucks has also reported similar problems at its stores.

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