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McDonald's Corporation (MCD)

4/7/2006 Proxy Information

The McDonald’s System has more than 30,000 restaurants worldwide, many of which are independently owned and operated. Within this extensive System, it is not unusual for our business to touch many companies in many industries, including suppliers of food and paper products and security systems. The Board reviews any relationship involving Board members in accordance with the Board’s Standards on Director Independence, which are attached as Appendix B. Based on the Board’s review of the pertinent facts and circumstances and taking into consideration all applicable laws, regulations and stock exchange listing requirements, the Board determined that the following relationships are not material and do not affect the independence of the Directors involved.

In 2005, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $1.3 million worth of paper and other printed products (principally trayliners, biscuit liners, french fry bags, hash brown bags and bag stuffers) from Schwarz Paper Company. Mr. McKenna is Chairman of Schwarz Paper Company, as well as a 44% shareholder of Schwarz. Members of Mr. McKenna’s family are also shareholders of Schwarz. Schwarz’s business with the Company and its subsidiaries represents less than 1% of Schwarz’s total revenues. The Company believes that these purchases were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties and intends to continue its dealings with Schwarz in 2006 on similar terms.

In 2005, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $5.0 million worth of salad packaging and parfait cups from Prairie Packaging, Inc. Mr. Stone is a director of Prairie Packaging as well as a 6.39% shareholder. In addition, Mr. Stone’s children are shareholders of Prairie Packaging. The Company believes that these purchases, which represent less than 1.5% of the revenues of Prairie Packaging, were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties, and intends to continue its dealings with Prairie Packaging in 2006 on similar terms.

In mid-2005, the Company entered into a contract for physical security services with Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc., a company of which Mr. Hernandez is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, as well as a 25.99% shareholder. Payments by the Company to Inter-Con for the portion of 2005 under contract totaled $323,801. The Company believes that these services, which represent less than 1% of the revenues of Inter-Con were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties, and intends to continue its dealings with Inter-Con in 2006 on similar terms.

4/6/2005 Proxy Information

The McDonald’s System has more than 30,000 restaurants worldwide, many of which are independently owned and operated. Within this extensive System, it is not unusual for our business to touch many companies in many industries, including suppliers of food and paper products. The Board reviews any relationship involving Board members in accordance with the Board’s Standards on Director Independence, which is attached as Appendix B. Based on the Board’s review of the pertinent facts and circumstances and taking into consideration all applicable laws, regulations and stock exchange listing requirements, the Board determined that the following relationships are not material and do not affect the independence of the Directors involved.

In 2004, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $1.3 million worth of paper and other printed products (principally tray liners, french fry bags, hash brown bags and bag stuffers) from Schwarz Paper Company. Mr. McKenna is Chairman of Schwarz Paper Company, as well as a 59% shareholder of Schwarz. Members of Mr. McKenna’s family are also shareholders of Schwarz. Schwarz’s business with the Company and its subsidiaries represents less than 1% of Schwarz’s total revenues. The Company believes that these purchases were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties and intends to continue its dealings with Schwarz in 2005 on similar terms.

In 2004, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $4.0 million worth of salad packaging and parfait cups from Prairie Packaging, Inc. Mr. Stone is a director of Prairie Packaging as well as a 6.39% shareholder. In addition, Mr. Stone’s children are shareholders of Prairie Packaging. The Company believes that these purchases, which represent less than 1.5% of the revenues of Prairie Packaging, were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties, and intends to continue its dealings with Prairie Packaging in 2005 on similar terms.

In 2004, as part of its ongoing share repurchase program, the Company purchased 15,009 shares of its common stock at the NYSE closing price on the date of purchase from Mr. Bell for $456,274. Of the shares repurchased, 5,750 shares were acquired by Mr. Bell within two years prior to their sales through the exercise of stock options for $80,242. The remaining 9,259 shares were acquired by Mr. Bell more than two years prior to their sale.

Following Mr. Bell’s resignation as the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, the Board authorized the Company to purchase Mr. Bell’s Illinois residence. This purchase was completed substantially in accordance with the Company’s relocation policy in December 2004 for a price of $2,975,000. Under this policy, the Company obtained three independent, certified appraisals, disregarded the appraisal with the greatest difference from the middle-valued appraisal and averaged the remaining two appraisals.

4/8/2004 Proxy Information

In 2003, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $1.9 million worth of paper and other printed products (principally tray liners, french fry bags and hash brown bags) from Schwarz Paper Company. Mr. McKenna is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Schwarz Paper Company, as well as a 63% shareholder of Schwarz. Members of Mr. McKenna’s family are also shareholders of Schwarz. Schwarz’s business with the Company and its subsidiaries represents less than 1% of Schwarz’s total revenues. The Company believes that these purchases were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties and intends to continue its dealings with Schwarz in 2004 on similar terms.

In 2003, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $3.8 million worth of salad packaging, forks and parfait cups from Prairie Packaging, Inc. Mr. Stone is a director of Prairie Packaging as well as a 6.39% shareholder. In addition, Mr. Stone’s children are shareholders of Prairie Packaging. The Company believes that these purchases, which represent less than 1.5% of the revenues of Prairie Packaging, were made on terms at least as favorable as would have been available from other parties, and intends to continue its dealings with Prairie Packaging in 2004 on similar terms.

In 2003, as part of its ongoing share repurchase program, the Company purchased 7,500 shares of its common stock at the New York Stock Exchange closing price on the date of purchase from Mr. Skinner for $195,750. Mr. Skinner acquired these shares through the exercise of stock options for $95,011 within two years prior to their sale.

Jack M. Greenberg was Chairman from May 1999 and Chief Executive Officer from August 1998 of McDonald's Corporation until December 2002. He served as President of McDonald's Corporation from August 1998 to May 1999 and Vice Chairman from December 1991 to 1998.

Michael R. Quinlan served as Chief Executive Officer from 1987 to 1998 and Chairman from 1990 to 1999.

4/8/2003 Proxy Information

Donald G. Lubin is a Partner of the law firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, which provides legal services to the Company on a regular basis.

In 2002, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $1.2 million worth of paper and other printed products (principally tray liners, french fry bags and hash brown bags) from Schwarz Paper Company. Mr. Andrew J. McKenna is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Schwarz Paper Company, as well as a 63% shareholder of Schwarz.

In May 2002, the Company sponsored a production entitled "A National Salute to the United States Military." The program featured an air and sea show, a fleet week, a network television special and a national road show exhibit. The Company paid $6 million toward this production to a company operated by the brother of Ms. Terry L. Savage.

In 2002, the Company and its subsidiaries purchased approximately $781,000 worth of McSalad Shaker cups, forks, parfait cups and salad bowls from Prairie Packaging, Inc. Mr. Stone is a director of Prairie Packaging as well as a 6.39% shareholder. In addition, Mr. Roger W. Stone's children are also shareholders of Prairie Packaging.