McDonald’s Corp. credited menu items aimed across multiple dayparts for a 6-percent rise in global same-store sales for April, which the company said reflected its best monthly results this year in the United States and the Asia/Pacific, Middle East, and Africa divisions. McDonald’s, which has more than 32,000 restaurants worldwide, said Monday that April same-store sales increased 4 percent in the United States, 6.5 percent in APMEA and 6.5 percent in Europe. The company said ...

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