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Topic - Sara Senatore
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She noted that Taco Bell is showing strength as a result of its popular new Doritos-flavored tacos, with revenue at restaurants open at least a year registering double-digit growth in the second quarter.
"McDonald's may be underperforming the industry, which is not typical for them," said Sara Senatore, a Bernstein analyst.