Recent news has revealed that the Burger King, which was already run by a private group 3G Capitals, has finalized a deal worth $1.4 billion.
As per reports, it has been unveiled that the owner of the hamburger chain, 3G capital, will be selling 29% venture to UK based investment firm Justice Holdings. It is being expected that with this deal the chain will even be run by a public firm.
Bernardo Hees, the global chief of the fast-food chain Burger King, while addressing the students in Chicago described English women to be ugly and the food in the UK as terrible. He also shared the existence of many other distractions in Britain beyond work.
Fast food chain company, Burger King Holdings Inc has seen its fourth quarter earnings come down by as much as 17 per cent. The giant has said that this is the result of falling sales coupled with rising costs of the commodities.
Something as simple as a burger has lead to controversy. A restaurant in Nelson, New Zealand called "Seabreeze City Takeaways" has a burger on the menu known as whopper. Burger King owns the trademark for that name and is ready to sue the New Zealand eatery for misuse of its trademark. The item on the menu is there for the last 12 years.
Burger King has revealed that it wants to introduce brunch to the local drive through.
It has been reported that the fast-food chain is testing brunch fare in Massachusetts and Florida. If the scheme succeeds in these places it may even be introduced countrywide.
Burger King Holdings Inc., the second largest U. S. hamburger chain, is preparing to add new coffee line Starbucks Corp's Seattle's Best Coffee in the restaurants at US by September. This step was initiated because of successful launch of McCafe coffee by McDonald's Corp and the plan to reorganize its breakfast menu. Burger King intends to serve Seattle's Best in 7,250 U. S. outlets.
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