McDonald’s Corp. has named Dave Hoffmann to become president of the Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, or APMEA, division, effective July 1. Hoffmann has spent 16 years with McDonald’s and currently is the company’s senior vice president for restaurant support in APMEA. He succeeds Tim Fenton, who will become the company’s chief operating officer July 1, filling the role vacated by Don Thompson, who takes over as chief executive for the retiring Jim Skinner, also ...

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