OAK BROOK Ill. McDonald’s dodged the sales slowdown that stung many restaurant chains during October, with the chain citing value as a key reason for its 5.3-percent year-over-year increase in domestic same-store sales. Global comparable-store sales jumped 8.2 percent for the month, according to franchisor McDonald’s Corp.The company said domestic results for the month were also helped by breakfast, new chicken sandwiches, the return of the chain’s Monopoly sweepstakes game, and ...

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