OAK BROOK Ill. McDonaldâ€™s Corp. again cited breakfast, beverages and new menu offerings as drivers of a global August same-store sales jump of 8.1 percent, which doubled most analystsâ€™ expectations. The worldwide increase was fueled by a 7.4-percent same-store sales jump in the United States and a 12.4-percent increase in the companyâ€™s Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa region. The global August comparable sales results for restaurants open at least 13 months beat McDonaldâ€™s global ...
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