OAK BROOK Ill. McDonald's said it would likely replace the Double Cheeseburger on its Dollar Menu with a new burger, called the McDouble, that has two hamburger patties but only one slice of cheese. The swap, expected to occur within a few weeks, would make the $1 sandwich more profitable in light of escalating commodity costs. The chain also is discussing keeping the Double Cheeseburger, but raising its price to $1.19, said Greg Watson, vice president of marketing for McDonald's ...

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