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Pickle placement punishment for pro-union worker gets Burger King in trouble

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

A judge administered some hard slaps to a Burger King franchisee who illegally targeted workers for their activism. Managers for EYM King, which runs 22 Burger King restaurants in the Detroit area, broke the law blatantly at times, and at times tried to pretend it wasn't illegally retaliating. Show More Summary

The Spots Everyone Talked About at Advertising Week

If there was one message that came through loud and clear from this week's Advertising Week, it's that story matters. Ideas come first. And creativity is still king in the business of selling cars, soda, burgers, smartphones and grocery...Show More Summary

Burger King is Bullying a Veteran Who Bit Into a Needle-Laced Burger to Try to Get the Lawsuit Thrown Out

You would think some lawsuits would be a slam dunk — like, say biting into a needle-laced hamburger which caused hospitalization. But Burger King won’t own up to their mistake,

Boo! McDonald's and Burger King Offer Spooky Black Burgers

Koji Sasahara/APBurger King is selling black burgers in Japan. Competition can lead to some strange choices. How about McDonald's (MCD) and Burger King (BKW) duking it out with black burgers? This spooky battle started after Burger King unveiled its black burger last month in Japan. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Japan Also Gets Into The Black Burger Game

Because there is nothing more appealing than a slab of dark gray meat on a dark gray bun, McDonald’s Japan has followed Burger King’s lead and introduced a burger that doesn’t look like anything you’d really want to eat. McDonald’s “Halloween” burger is a limited-time offer that follows only weeks after BK Japan unveiled its black Kuro Burger to much … [More]

Michigan Burger King Caught Retaliating Against Pro-Union Workers

Workers who talked about union organizing on the job were illegally disciplined in retaliation by a Michigan Burger King franchise. The post Michigan Burger King Caught Retaliating Against Pro-Union Workers appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Burger King Killer: Timothy Daniel’s Sentence Reduced

Burger King killer Timothy Daniel received a reduced sentence on Thursday through Ohio’s Fifth District Court of Appeals. The Zanesville, Ohio resident was convicted of aggravated murder in February in the death of Charles Hooper. Judges...Show More Summary

Burger King: Being Your Way is Not OK

In a move apparently to be more progressive and inclusive, Burger King recently changed its motto from "have it your way" to "be your way." It's good the company is trying to be more inclusive, but the company's recent decision to merge...Show More Summary

Coffee Shop Tim Horton's Puts Steak on the Menu

The Canadian coffee chain is beefing up its menu. This morning, Canadian coffee chain — and Burger King's new buddy — Tim Hortons announced that it was beefing up its breakfast and lunch menu offerings. According to a release, Tim Hortons is bringing back its once-popular Steak & Cheese Panini. Show More Summary

Food Color Trumps Flavor

Why have Burger King's black burgers prompted such a backlash in the U.S.? Possibly because hue is even more important than taste in people's judgment of food.

Rumor: Samsung to provide displays for iPad refresh

Does this go on elsewhere? Does Burger King supply McDonald's with buns? The post Rumor: Samsung to provide displays for iPad refresh appeared first on AppleTell.

McDonald’s Japan Rolls Out Its Own Black Cheeseburger

No black cheese? Come on. Maybe McDonald's saw Burger King's black-bunned and shiny black-cheese-topped burger and promptly rushed this anticlimactic thing into production? In any event, as part of a Halloween-themed duo, the "Squid Ink" burger has two patties, fried onions, and plain cheese. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Japan unleashes black squid ink burger

More than a week after rival Burger King released its black Kuro Burger, the Japanese branch of the fast food chain came out with its own dark burger.

Would You Eat McDonald’s ‘Batman’ Burger?

Burger King released the demented all black burger, and now Hong Kong McDonald’s is calling on Batman for their latest promotion. Now in McDonald’s overseas are new ‘Batman’ meals that include the pictured burger, squeeze cheese fries, and speaking green apple tea. I think it looks mighty tasty, sans the big eggs on top. Still, […]

Top Franchises: Investing in Burger King

Burger King's new management has benefited its investors and franchisees.

McDonald's Squid Ink Burger Is the Scariest Thing You'll See This Halloween

McDonald's isn't going to let Burger King hog the limelight for its questionable goth burgers. Just a week ago, Burger King Japan announced it would be selling Kuro Diamond and Kuro Pearl burgers. That is, burgers with jet-black buns...Show More Summary

TGI Friday’s Is Selling Corporate-Owned Restaurants To Franchisees

Under its current ownership, Burger King started to do something kind of revolutionary for a company in the fast food restaurant business: it sold most of its corporate-owned restaurants. That move appears to have worked out well for the King, and now other restaurant chains are trying it as well. Will it work for TGI Friday’s? The move is just … [More]

Not to Be Outdone by Burger King, McDonald's Japan Unveils Its Own Spooky Burger

Photo: @mtknk via Kotaku Photo: @mtknk via Kotaku Just a week after Burger King Japan unleashed its bamboo charcoal burger for goths, McDonald's Japan released its own black burger for Halloween. More grey in color than black, the dark burger is dyed with squid ink and covered with fried onions and a slice of jack-o-lantern orange cheese. Show More Summary

A Chance in Hell

Somewhere on the road between Montrose and Fruita, Colorado, rancher Bob Hasse and I pass a Burger King, and I ask if he fantasizes about getting yak on the fast-food chain’s menu. “Nope,” he says quickly. “Not even in 50 years.” We’ve...Show More Summary

'Tax Inversions' Are Tip Of An Iceberg That Already Cost The U.S. Treasury Hundreds Of Billions

By Lenny Grover: Summary Tax "inversions" have been in the news a lot lately, and have become a political football, since the announcement of the role tax arbitrage played in the expected Burger King/Tim Hortons merger. On Friday, September...Show More Summary

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