McDonald’s Corp. officials reaffirmed their optimism for business in 2012, despite slow economic growth and commodity cost inflation projected in major markets like the United States and Europe. Speaking to investors and analysts during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings conference call, chief executive Jim Skinner said McDonald’s realized record-high revenue of $27 billion in fiscal 2011 as well as a 4.8-percent increase in domestic same-store sales — the best ...
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