With Burger King expanding delivery service to more

markets, it is hardly surprising that McDonald’s is looking

at the idea as well. In an interview on CNBC McDonald’s

President and CEO Don Thompson called delivery “a big,

big opportunity.” McDonald’s already has delivery service

in some foreign countries. Also in the CNBC interview,

Thompson said McDonald’s was looking at expanding

its breakfast hours – perhaps to the extent of offering the

breakfast menu all day……Apple’s new ad for its iPhone

5 tries to recapture some of the device’s and

the company’s magic with a claim that more

people use the phone to take pictures than

any other camera. The campaign showing

people taking photos with their phones here,

there and everywhere comes amid a slide in

Apple’s reputation, both technologically and on

Wall Street……In a conference call with Wall

Street analysts, Amazon CEO Tom Szkutak

refused to comment on any plans to expand

AmazonFresh, but said he was “very pleased”

with the grocery delivery experiment in the

Seattle market. For the entire company, first

quarter sales rose 22% to $16.1 billion, with $9.4 billion of

that in North America……Dollar General has partnered

with Procter & Gamble to honor Maria Segura of Florida

as its Every Day Hero for May. Dollar General will feature

Segura in a national marketing campaign, including a

spotlight in May on Oxygen’s Live Out Loud on-air vignette

and in People magazine for putting two children through

college and now seeking her own degree after coming from

a family of immigrant farm workers……Auto retailer Penske

Automotive Group reported the most profitable quarter in

its history. First quarter 2013 revenue was up 7.7% to $3.4

billion. On a same-store basis, retail revenue increased

7.4%. The revenue growth was driven by strong performance

across each business area, the company said, including a

9.9% increase in total vehicles sold (6.8% on a same-store

basis). Penske has 174 dealer franchises in 18 states.