Even absent any current pressure from activist investors for “enhanced shareholder value” through spinoffs, McDonald’s Corp. could be poised to put billions on its top line through divestments of its Latin American holdings and the 630-unit Boston Market chain. The leader of Golden, Colo.-based Boston Market this month alerted employees that the fast-casual chain may be sold by McDonald’s, its owner for about seven years, which would mark a continued shift by the ...

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