Global same-store sales at McDonald’s Corp. increased 5.3 percent in January, including a 3.1-percent increase in the United States, the company said Tuesday. McDonald’s other regions also drove its global increase, with a 7-percent same-store sales jump in Europe and a 5.2-percent rise in the company’s Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, or APMEA, division. McDonald’s credited several cold-weather products for building sales in the United States in January, ...

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