SAN FRANCISCO, July 25- Wall Street is expecting a solid helping of earnings from McDonald's and other restaurant operators that are preparing to serve up quarterly results over the next few days. "The millennial consumer is much more focused on purchasing experiences over goods," choosing dining out or travel over sneakers and designer jeans, said David... » Read More
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