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December 7, 1987 | CHARLES T. POWERS, Times Staff Writer
The Moskva Hotel coffeehouse opens at 6 a.m., and the first through its doors are the old men, the gray-faced early risers with the solitary habits of widowers, and they bring their morning newspapers and settle down to sip Turkish coffee and contemplate world events. Outside the Moskva's towering windows, the streets are still dim at this time of the morning, and pigeons bravely stalk the wet pavement.
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December 7, 1987 | CHARLES T. POWERS, Times Staff Writer
The Moskva Hotel coffeehouse opens at 6 a.m., and the first through its doors are the old men, the gray-faced early risers with the solitary habits of widowers, and they bring their morning newspapers and settle down to sip Turkish coffee and contemplate world events. Outside the Moskva's towering windows, the streets are still dim at this time of the morning, and pigeons bravely stalk the wet pavement.
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May 4, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The McDonald's fast-food chain announced today it plans to expand its successful West German operation into East Germany next year. Walter Rettenwender, chairman of the board of the West German branch of the hamburger restaurant chain, said that the first contract for an East German restaurant will be signed within two months and that construction will begin this year. "I am thinking in terms of five to 10 restaurants being in operation next year," Rettenwender said.
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December 20, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Michael R. Quinlan, president and chief executive of McDonald's Corp., will succeed Fred L. Turner as chairman of the world's largest restaurant chain on March 31. Quinlan, 45, said in an interview that he wants to put the Golden Arches in China and that McDonald's customers will likely see more dinner-type meals added to the menu in coming years. "The challenge to McDonald's is to be more things to more people, the same philosophy we've been following for many years now," Quinlan said.
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