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McDonald's April sales beat analysts' forecasts as US declines slow

This will give CEO Steve Easterbrook some momentum to work with as he implements a plan to boost sales and profitability
Monday, May 11, 2015 - 05:50
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In Q1, McDonald's cut seven sandwiches from its menu in a bid to speed up service and simplify orders for customers. The company is also experimenting with serving breakfast all day at restaurants in the San Diego area.

New York

MCDONALD'S Corp has reported April sales that topped analysts' projections after declines in the US slowed, giving chief executive officer Steve Easterbrook some momentum to work with as he implements his turnaround plan.

Global same-store sales fell 0.6 per cent, the