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Shake-up by McDonald’s will add $130m in expenses

McDonald’s has a turnaround plan that includes a push to sell more of its restaurants to franchisees. ||| New York - McDonald’s has a turnaround plan that includes a push to sell more of its restaurants to franchisees - and it will add about $130 million in pretax expenses to its third-quarter results. The charge will amount to 12 cents a share after taxes, the Oak Brook, Illinois-based company said in a statement on Thursday.
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