Harsh winter weather and several trade-day shifts produced mixed results for McDonald’s Corp.’s same-store sales in January, which rose 1.2 percent globally. Unlike most months in 2013, McDonald’s Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, or APMEA, division performed better than expected, leading the company’s results. Meanwhile, the chain’s U.S. division lagged far behind the other areas of the world for the second consecutive month. RELATED • ...

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