McDonald’s CEO Talks About Concerns of Small Businesses and Wariness of Too Much Government

Jim Skinner, McDonald’s chief executive, stated yesterday that while health care reform is necessary, it cannot be done at the expense of small business owners. Read below for a couple key excerpts:

““We are supportive of health care reform,’’ Skinner said. “It’s really about small business and how much of a burden there will be. Our businesses are small so they will be impacted in that way. But we believe having access to health care is an important issue.’’”

“In remarks yesterday to the Boston College’s Chief Executives’ Club of Boston luncheon, Skinner also said companies should be wary of the new era of greater government involvement and that it is not the ideal way for the business community to grow and thrive.”

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