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Quiz: How Much Do You Really Know About McDonald's? Do you know the corporation's CEO or how many Chicken McNuggets you can order at once?

By Matthew McCreary

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McDonald's is one of the most recognizable brands in the world -- and for good reason. With a market cap of over $133 billion, the company has sold millions and millions of burgers for decades. And the craziest bit is that the company is still growing -- from 2007 to the start of 2017, the company added a whopping 5,834 locations around the globe.

It's this sort of history of success and tradition that makes the Golden Arches the No. 2 business on our Franchise 500 list, just behind 7-Eleven.

But, how much do you know about the history and leadership of the company? Test yourself with this quiz to see if you know more about McDonald's than the menu.

Related: 24 Top-Ranked, Affordable Franchises You Can Buy for $25,000 or Less

Matthew McCreary

Entrepreneur Staff

Associate Editor, Contributed Content

Matthew McCreary is the associate editor for contributed content at Entrepreneur.com.

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