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  2. Ray Kroc - Wikipedia

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    Ray Kroc Raymond Albert Kroc (October 5, 1902 – January 14, 1984) was an American businessman. [4] [5] He purchased the fast food company McDonald's in 1961 and was its CEO from 1967 to 1973. Kroc is credited with the global expansion of McDonald's, turning it into the most successful fast food corporation in the world.

  3. Ray Kroc - McDonald's, Movie & Family - Biography

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    Ray Kroc was an American entrepreneur best known for expanding McDonald’s from a local chain to the world’s most profitable restaurant franchise operation. Who Was Ray Kroc? Ray Kroc spent most of...

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  4. Ray Kroc | American businessman | Britannica

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    Ray Kroc, byname of Raymond Albert Kroc, (born October 5, 1902, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.—died January 14, 1984, San Diego, California), American restaurateur and a pioneer of the fast-food industry with his worldwide McDonald’s enterprise.

  5. Ray Kroc Biography & Facts | Raymond Kroc & McDonald's ...

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    Ray Kroc (1902-1984) was a businessman and merchant famous for having bought the McDonald's restaurant and being responsible for its exponential growth. Thanks to his vision and entrepreneurial...

  6. Cut-Throat Facts About Ray Kroc And The History Of McDonald’s

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    Kroc, The Writer Kroc was also a published author, and he co-wrote a successful 1977 self-help book called Grinding it Out with the goal of inspiring people to go out there and work hard for their dreams. Getty Images 32. Anything to Serve Kroc wanted to serve in World War I, but he had one problem: he was only 15 years old.

  7. Ray Kroc - Entrepreneur

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    Ray Kroc Founder of McDonald's Corp. Founded: 1955 McDonalds | Official Website " The definition of salesmanship is the gentle art of letting the customer have it your way ."-Ray Kroc When Ray Kroc...

  8. The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc - Mashed.com

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    Today, Ray Kroc is viewed as one of fast food's villains. Sure, he was a visionary who revolutionized the industry, but he also stepped on the McDonald brothers — the real visionaries who created the entire concept — to make a fortune. CBS News spoke to Dick McDonald's grandson, Jason McDonald French, and asked just what they thought of Kroc.

  9. Our History: Ray Kroc & The McDonald's Brothers | McDonald's

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    Origins In 1917, 15-year-old Ray Kroc lied about his age to join the Red Cross as an ambulance driver, but the war ended before he completed his training. He then worked as a piano player, a paper cup salesman and a Multimixer salesman. In 1954, he visited a restaurant in San Bernardino, California that had purchased several Multimixers.

  10. Ray Kroc Net Worth (what Happened To His Fortune) - Talk ...

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    Kroc was the founder and the first CEO of McDonald’s. He ran the company from 1954 until his death in 1984. His net worth today is $21 billion. Ray Kroc Net Worth In 2022

  11. Ray Kroc Quotes (Author of Grinding It Out) - Goodreads

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    The only way we can advance is by going forward, individually and collectively, in the spirit of the pioneer. We must take the risks involved in our free enterprise system. This is the only way in the world to economic freedom. There is no other way.”. ― Ray Kroc, Grinding It Out: The Making of McDonald's. 2 likes.

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