McDonald’s Corp. attributed the brand’s strong second-quarter earnings to efforts to expand accessibility for guests in the United States and around the world with modernized restaurants and new menu items. The company also said two price increases in the United States, which stemmed from its need to battle rising food costs, was not affecting traffic or leading to a change in menu mix. For the June 30-ended second quarter, McDonald’s net income rose 15 percent to $1.41 ...

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