McDonald’s franchisee fight over tech fees could wind up in court


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At a time when McDonald’s U.S. business continues to outperform, some franchisees are voicing support for a potential legal action against the fast food giant over $70 million in past technology fees.

CNBC has obtained a copy of an internal survey of 225 members of independent franchisee organization, the National Owners Association, which shows nearly 75% of operators polled say they support owner leadership filing an injunction to stop the collection of the fee. Of that group, 17% were undecided and 9% said they did not support the action. NOA has some 1,200 members and McDonald’s has some 2,000 U.S. franchisees.

The results of the…


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