(Continued from page 1) McDonald’s global same-store sales fell 1.5 percent in February, which included a 3.2-percent negative shift when the company accounted for Leap Day last year. Without the Feb. 29 calendar shift, the Oak Brook, Ill.-based company said same-store sales would have risen 1.7 percent. Same-store sales at U.S.-based units fell 3.3 percent in February. Without the calendar shift, same-store sales would have been flat, the company reported. McDonald’s has ...

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