A slowing global economy and unfavorable foreign-currency translation turned muted growth in revenues and profits negative for the second quarter at McDonald’s Corp. RELATED • Analyst: Tough year ahead for new McDonald's CEO • McDonald's aims for transparency in new videos featuring food • More restaurant industry finance news The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company’s net income for the June 30-ended quarter decreased 4 percent to $1.35 billion, or $1.32 per share, ...

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