McDonald's Makes Second Web Investment

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McDonald's Corp. made its second Internet investment in three months last week, announcing a business-to-business joint venture with Accel-KKR Inc. dubbed eMac Digital. According to a statement, eMac Digital will launch a series of trading exchanges and complementary business services for the food service market. In March, McDonald's, Oak Brook, IL, invested in Food.com, an online takeout and delivery service.
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