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    Wendy's tests antibiotic-free chicken products

    MarketWatch – 12:47 PM ET 07/27/2015

    Latest sign of industry shift away from the drugs in U.S. meat supply. Wendy's Co. (WEN) this week is starting to test new chicken products made from poultry raised without antibiotics, a senior executive said, the latest sign of a broader industry shift away from the drugs in the U.S. meat supply chain. Wendy's (WEN) officials decided to test the antibiotic-free chicken at a handful of locations in response to its customers' rising interest in ingredients and how food is produced, said Kurt Kane,...

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    Restaurant Brands Profit Up on Burger King, Tim Hortons Sales Growth -- Update

    DJ Business News – 9:13 AM ET 07/27/2015

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR), parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons, posted a stronger-than-expected second-quarter profit on Monday as both chains recorded same-store sales growth driven partly by new product launches. Oakville, Ontario-based Restaurant Brands said Tim Hortons same-store sales were up 5.5%, while Burger King same- store sales rose 6.7%. Systemwide sales were up 8.4% and 11.6%, respectively, at the burger and coffee chains.

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    Restaurant Brands Profit Rises

    DJ Business News – 8:35 AM ET 07/27/2015

    Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR), parent of Burger King and Tim Hortons, posted a stronger-than- expected second-quarter profit on Monday as both chains recorded same-store sales growth driven partly by new product launches. Oakville, Ontario-based Restaurant Brands said Tim Hortons same-store sales were up 5.5%, while Burger King same-store sales rose 6.7%. Systemwide sales were up 8.4% and 11.6%, respectively, at the burger and coffee chains.

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    FIFA to meet sponsors after reproaches from Coke, Visa, McDonald's

    Reuters – 7:21 AM ET 07/24/2015

    FIFA will meet its leading commercial partners next month after three of them increased pressure for major reforms to soccer's governing body following a series of corruption scandals. FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke said that Coca-Cola, Visa and McDonald's (MCD) had written asking for information about what was being done to clean up governance of the sport.

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    McDonald's Reports Weak U.S. Sales -- 3rd Update

    DJ Business News – 1:21 PM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp. (MCD) reported first-quarter results that new Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook labeled "disappointing," as U.S sales fell more than expected despite new promotions and other turnaround initiatives in its critical home market. Sales at U.S. stores open at least 13 months fell 2% in the three months through June, compared with the 1.5% drop analysts polled by Consensus Metrix had expected. Global same-store sales slipped 0.7%, worse than the 0.4% decline Consensus...

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    McDonald's Reports Weak U.S. Sales -- 2nd Update

    DJ Business News – 11:14 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp. (MCD) reported disappointing results for the first full quarter under Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook, as U.S sales fell more than expected despite new promotions and other turnaround initiatives in its critical home market. Sales at U.S. stores open at least 13 months fell 2% in the three months through June, compared with the 1.5% drop analysts polled by Consensus Metrix had expected. Global same-store sales slipped 0.7%, worse than the 0.4% decline Consensus...

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    McDonald's CEO says momentum is building, sees sales turnaround

    Reuters – 10:56 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp's (MCD) new chief executive expects global sales at established restaurants to grow in the current quarter, reversing more than a year of declines, and said his turnaround plan is showing early signs of taking hold.

  8. McDonald's tops Dow gainers, up 1.4%

    MarketWatch – 9:31 AM ET 07/23/2015
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    McDonald's CEO says momentum is building, sees sales turnaround

    Reuters – 9:00 AM ET 07/23/2015

    - McDonald's Corp's (MCD) new chief executive expects global sales at established restaurants to grow in the current quarter, reversing more than a year of declines, and said his turnaround plan is showing early signs of taking hold.

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    McDonald's Reports Weak U.S. Sales

    DJ Business News – 8:45 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp. (MCD) reported first-quarter results that new Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook labeled "disappointing," as U.S sales fell more than expected despite new promotions and other turnaround initiatives in its critical home market. Sales at U.S. stores open at least 13 months fell 2% in the three months through June, compared with the 1.5% drop analysts polled by Consensus Metrix had expected. Global same-store sales slipped 0.7%, worse than the 0.4% decline Consensus...

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    McDonald's Reports Weak U.S. Sales

    DJ Business News – 8:31 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp. (MCD) reported second-quarter profit and revenue that fell less-than-expected, though its U.S. sales dropped below estimates as traffic remained depressed and its efforts to draw in customers fell flat. Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook, nearly five months into the job, called the results "disappointing," but said the company is "seeing early signs of momentum." Shares of McDonald's (MCD), virtually flat over the past three months, fell 0.6% in premarket trading.

  12. McDonald's stock turns up, gains 0.4% premarket to erase earlier loss of as much as 1.1%

    MarketWatch – 8:28 AM ET 07/23/2015
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    McDonald's quarterly profit falls 13 percent

    Reuters – 8:12 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp's (MCD) second-quarter profit fell 13 percent, hurt by a decline in global same-store sales as fewer customers ate at its restaurants. McDonald's (MCD) said global sales at restaurants open at least 13 months fell 0.7 percent in the quarter ended June 30 due to a drop in traffic in all major markets.

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    McDonald's stock falls after same-store sales disappoint

    MarketWatch – 8:11 AM ET 07/23/2015

    McDonald's Corp.' s stock dropped 1.1% in premarket trade Thursday, after the fast-food giant reported second- quarter same-store sales that missed expectations, reflecting negative guest traffic in all major segments. Earnings for the quarter ended June 30 fell to $1.2 billion, or $1.26 a share, from $1.39 billion, or $1.40 a share, in the same period a year ago. That beat the FactSet earnings-per-share consensus of $1.23.

  15. McDonald's stock drops 1.1% premarket after Q2 results

    MarketWatch – 8:03 AM ET 07/23/2015
  16. McDonald's Q2 same-store sales decline reflects negative guest traffic in all major segments

    MarketWatch – 8:02 AM ET 07/23/2015
  17. McDonald's Q2 U.S. same-store sales down 2% vs. FactSet consensus down 1.5%

    MarketWatch – 8:01 AM ET 07/23/2015
  18. McDonald's Q2 global same-store sales down 0.7% vs. FactSet consensus down 0.6%

    MarketWatch – 8:00 AM ET 07/23/2015
  19. McDonald's Q2 FactSet EPS consensus $1.23

    MarketWatch – 8:00 AM ET 07/23/2015
  20. McDonald's Q2 revenue $6.5 bln vs. $7.18 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus $6.43 bln

    MarketWatch – 8:00 AM ET 07/23/2015
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