McDonald’s Corp. once again struggled in its largest markets around the world in the second quarter, leading not only to a slight decline in profitability and flat global same-store sales, but also to a bleak projection for the rest of the year. Chief executive Don Thompson said there would be “no silver bullet” for turning around Oak Brook, Ill.-based McDonald’s performance this year, but even breakthrough initiatives the company intends to develop — like ...

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