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McDonald's Holdings Japan Says Employee At McDonald's Japan Was Arrested For Suspected Embezzlement
McDonald's Holdings Company Japan Says Same Store Sales Up 6.3% Y/Y
Mcdonald's Japan: Nov Same-Store Sales Up 4.1 Percent Y/Y
McDonald's Holdings Company (Japan), Ltd. is a Japan-based holding company engaged in the operation of hamburger restaurants under the name McDonald's through its subsidiaries and affiliated companies. The Company is also engaged in the franchise business, as well as the provision of management know-how and sub-licenses to franchisees, among others.
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Robert D. Larsson
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Sarah L. Casanova
President, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Subsidiary, Representative Director
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Senior Executive Officer, Representative Director
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Japanese shares fell to 2-1/2-week closing lows on Wednesday as a stronger yen and dismal earnings reports hurt sentiment, while Canon Inc crashed to a more than two-decade low after posting its first ever quarterly loss.
Shares in the Japanese affiliate of McDonald's Corp briefly fell as much as 10% on Wednesday after the U.S. fast-food giant <MCD.N> said it would cut its stake in its only publicly listed overseas unit to bolster finances hit by the coronavirus.
Japanese shares extended losses on Wednesday as a stronger yen and dismal earnings reports hurt sentiment, while Canon Inc slid to a near 21-year low on its first quarterly loss.
McDonald's Corp on Tuesday reported a broad drop in global same-store sales and missed profit expectations, as its restaurants were shut due to the COVID-19 pandemic, limiting operations to only drive-thru and delivery.
* MCDONALD'S JAPAN - TO BEGIN RESTARTING IN-STORE DINING AT OUTLETS IN AREAS WHERE STATE OF EMERGENCY LIFTED (Reporting By Chris Gallagher)
* NO IN-STORE DINING AT ALL JAPAN LOCATIONS THROUGH MAY 6 TO HELP CURB CORONAVIRUS SPREAD Further company coverage: (Reporting By Chris Gallagher)
Motohiro Kurosawa of Fri-tei, a breaded pork cutlet restaurant in Tokyo, has struggled to adjust to steps meant to ease the pain of the tax increase that kicked in on Tuesday.
Uber Eats and Japanese convenience store chain Lawson <2651.T> on Tuesday announced a delivery partnership in central Tokyo, seeking to capitalize on growing demand for quick home delivery of food and everyday items.
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