OAK BROOK Ill. For the second straight month, McDonald’s domestic same-store sales have slipped slightly compared with a year earlier, as prolonged high unemployment has eaten into budgets for core quick-service users, especially at breakfast.While global same-store sales for Oak Brook-based McDonald’s rose 0.7 percent in November, led by a 2.5-percent uptick in its European division, same-store sales at the chain’s restaurants in the United States fell 0.6 percent, compared with last ...
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