McDonald’s Corp. reported a 0.9-percent increase in global same-store sales for May, despite ongoing struggles in many of its major markets, particularly the United States. McDonald’s system of more than 14,000 locations in the United States logged a 1-percent decrease in same-store sales for the month, marking the fifth month this year without positive growth in that metric. In April, the Oak Brook, Ill.-based chain’s domestic same-store sales were flat, after steadily ...

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