McDonald’s quarterly report is starting to sound familiar. Although business started to improve, the company still took a huge hit. Of the chain's 39,000 restaurants worldwide, 96% are now open,
compared with 75% at the start of the second quarter. Comparable-store sales that were down 39% in April were down only 12% by June. “McDonald’s has learned to adjust our operations to
this new environment,” said President and CEO Chris Kempczinski during a conference call with investors.
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