OAK BROOK Ill. McDonald’s breakfast menu, chicken offerings, $1 beverage promotions and the marketing of its classic Big Mac helped drive same-store sales at domestic restaurants up 6.7 percent in July, the company said Friday. The jump was larger than expected, according to some analysts, and included about 4 percent of year-to-year menu price increases.David Palmer, securities analyst at UBS Equity Research, also noted that McDonald’s fastest-growing products, mainly the chain’s ...

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