The company revealed new products and upgrade plans during an analyst tour of its Innovation Center
Volatility in several economies, including the United States, will continue to pressure McDonald’s sales and earnings growth in 2012, but the brand plans to modernize itself past potential problems, according to securities analysts who toured the company’s Innovation Center last week. Analysts were shown several parts of the Innovation Center, where McDonald’s shares and refines best practices from all areas of the world. The company expects to host staff from 40 different ...
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