Restaurants across the country, from large chains to independent operators, are raising funds to assist in relief efforts in Japan following last week’s earthquake and tsunami. McDonald's Corp. of Oak Brook, Ill., said it would donate $2 million to relief efforts, channeling it through the International Federation of the Red Cross. "The devastation in Japan has stunned and saddened the global community, and we're reaching out to help with this contribution," said Jim Skinner, ...

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