IBM (NYSE: IBM) and McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) are both iconic American brands and members of the Dow and S&P 500. IBM is trying to offset the slower growth of its IT services, business software, and hardware businesses by expanding its higher-growth cloud services. McDonald's is trying to win back diners with healthier and regional menu items, using fresh instead of frozen beef, offering an all-day breakfast, and upgrading its stores with digital kiosks and online orders, though some of those plans have been disrupted by the pandemic, which forced restaurants to find new ways to serve diners.
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IBM (IBM) closed the most recent trading day at $120.94, moving -0.65% from the previous trading session.