Jun 13, 2016

McDonald's Leads Quick Serve Food Category In Foot Traffic |

McDonald’s appears to be in full turnaround mode, as location marketplace xAd found that the company led 12 rival quick serve restaurants in foot traffic and loyalty during Q1. (Access the full report here.) In April, McDonald’s beat Wall St. analysts’ expectations thanks to the introduction of its attention-getting “breakfast all-day” promotion and the February … Continue reading McDonald’s...

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