McDonald’s Corp. touted its third-quarter earnings results not only for the 6-percent rise in global same-store sales, but also for healthy growth in operating income in all areas of the world. Operating income rose 7 percent in the United States, 3 percent in Europe and 22 percent in its Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, or APMEA, division. Chief executive Jim Skinner, chief financial officer Pete Bensen, and president and chief operating officer Don Thompson told investors ...

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