The world’s biggest restaurant chain is getting smaller in its home market. Amid attempts to reignite sales with new menu items and speedier operations, McDonald’s Corp. is closing some of its worst-performing locations. The company last year had a net reduction of 91 locations domestically. In January, McDonald’s said the introduction of all-day breakfast helped U.S. sales gain, showing the turnaround may be starting to take hold.
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