Since December 31st, 2008, McDonald's Corp's enterprise value to ebitda (ev/ebitda) has increased from 6.89 to 21.37 at March 21st, 2023.
McDonald's Corp's enterprise value to ebitda (ev/ebitda) as of March 21st, 2023 of 21.37 was lower than its peers in the Restaurants industry group of February 28th, 2023 of 21.58. From December 31st, 2008 to March 21st, 2023, McDonald's Corp's average enterprise value to ebitda (ev/ebitda) was 12.18 compared to an industry average of 16.28.
McDonald's Corp. engages in the franchise and management of restaurant chains. It operates through the following segments: U.S.; International Lead Markets; High Growth Markets; Foundational Markets & Corporate. The U.S. segment manages fast food restaurants and provides mobile application for promos and orders. The International Lead Markets segment operates in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The High Growth Markets segment expands its franchise and store operations in China, Italy, Korea, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. The Foundational Markets & Corporate segment refers to the firm's administrative activities. The company was founded by Raymond Albert Kroc on April 15, 1955 and is headquartered in Oak Brook, IL.
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