Business Research : Mcdonald's Corp.

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Research: McDonald’s Corporation C. Michael Larpenter, Justin Dowdy, Whitney White, Varonika Allen Business Research 351 University of Phoenix Debra Bacon October 29, 2012 The purpose of the following essay will be to discuss the significance, scope, magnitude and feasibility of finding a solution to the issue, opportunity, or…show more content…
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