The man who invented McDonald's has died aged 89.
Richard "Dick" McDonald and his brother Maurice, known as Mac, opened their first eaterie in 1940 in the form of a barbecue restaurant that served drivers in their cars in San Bernadino, California.
While Mac ran the restaurant, Dick looked after the marketing. It was he who devised the golden-arches logo and the signs that proclaimed "Millions Served" - later amended to "Billions Served".
In 1948, in the face ofpost-war economies, they redesigned the restaurant as self-service.