NEW YORK Irwin Kruger, a McDonald’s franchisee for the past 42 years, is selling his four restaurants here back to the franchisor, but he said he is not retiring from foodservice. Kruger, whose McDonald's stores include the 17,000-square-foot unit in ManhattanÕs Times Square, said Tuesday that he intends to pursue new opportunities in the restaurant industry."Retiring isn't the word," he said, "but I'm not going to be a McDonald's franchisee in April. I'm mulling over ideas I have and am ...

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