OAK BROOK Ill. McDonald’s Corp. said Monday that its breakfast business and chicken offerings drove a 4.5-percent same-store sales increase in the United States for November, a month when many restaurants said sales trends were only getting worse. McDonald’s, the No. 1 quick-service burger chain, has posted a string of positive same-store sales results this year as other restaurants have suffered from a reduction in consumer spending during the recession. Worldwide, McDonald’s ...
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