Jim Cramer sat down with McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski on Mad Money Tuesday night.
Earlier Tuesday, the fast-food giant posted strong sales and noted that 95% of their restaurants have now reopened around the globe.
Kempczinski said McDonald's continues to support their franchisees and will use the pandemic as an opportunity to increase efficiency and take market share in every market around the globe.
While 95% of their locations have reopened, only 1,000 in the U.S. currently have dine-in available. Kempczinski said the dine-in experience won't be the same as pre-COVID, given the new rules for social distancing and increased sanitation. That said, drive-thru has been McDonald's great asset. By limiting their menu, they've been able to serve more customers a full 23 seconds faster.
And Kempczinski noted that McDonald's has "probably...created more millionaires within the Black community than probably any other corporation on the planet, but there’s still work to do."
So, what kind of work is there to be done?
Watch the video above to hear what Jim Cramer thinks Wall Street needs to do next.
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