The people asked; Burger King listened. After becoming what BK marketing chief Eric Hirschhorn calls "one of those things we [could] no longer ignore," the Yumbo ham-and-cheese sandwich once more graces the eatery's menu, Bloomberg reports. You probably won't remember this fast-food delicacy if you're under the age of 45—...
The fast-food chain is trying to connect with today's diners by reviving the old ham and cheese sandwich
The Yumbo, a hot ham and cheese sandwich, debuted on the Burger King Menu in 1969 and disappeared in 1974. That’s almost a decade before most of the company’s current leadership was born, but there are plenty of customers who do remember the sandwich fondly and will return for it. They probably won’t all freak out on Twitter like chicken … [More]
A Burger King in California is the center of a whopping mystery. A worker discovered a backpack filled with close to $100,000 at a table inside the popular fast food restaurant. The fast food chain’s assistant manager, Sahista Bakawla,...Show More Summary
Burger King made headlines earlier this year after deciding to leave global AOR Mother for David just as it had left CP+B for mcgarrybowen. David’s most prominent work for the client to date concerned the debut of an especially colorful...Show More Summary
Does your back feel suddenly lighter? Is it like you were carrying the weight of $100,000 in cash, along with some drugs and a mysterious white rock, and now you aren’t? Perhaps you left your backpack filled with money, drugs and your ATM card at a Burger King in San Jose, where a manager discovered it. While employees at fast … [More]
S weet Earth Natural Foods touts its natural ingredients, like nourishing grains, plant-based proteins and vegetables. From the looks of its products, which include seitan, veggie burritos, and quinoa and lentil burgers, it would beShow More Summary
My first question is: Who has $100K in cash just lying around and eats at Burger King? No matter the reason, Sahista Bakawla, the cleaner of a San Jose Burger
The owner of a Burger King in San Jose made a whopper of a discovery Wednesday when he found a backpack stuffed with $100,000 inside his restaurant.
As we pulled up to the drive-thru at 2 a.m., I told the lady working that I was sorry, really, I was, but I had a car full of drunk guys and they wanted 100 nuggets.
It may be Thanksgiving week, but for a moment, Altaf Chaus also thought it might be his birthday. An employee at the Burger King he owns called him after finding a blue backpack left in a booth for hours. What happened next: "I open the zipper, I see lots of...
He could have had it all his way, but in the end, Altaf Chaus did the right thing.
A Burger King employee is being hailed for her honesty after she turned in a bag containing $100,000 worth of $100 notes left inside the eatery. Sahista Bakawla, as the employee has been identified works as an assistant manager at the...Show More Summary
The stats tell us that we now spend 47 hours of our week working. Are you getting paid enough for that time? — When I was sixteen years old, I got my first “real” job at Burger King. I was excited that I was getting $5.25 an hour (minimum wage), back then it felt like […] The post You’re Not Getting Paid Enough appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A proper rite of passage when traveling through America's lavish airport system is pushing a hot, thick Cinnabon in your craw as you "run" pathetically to catch your flight. At times of desperation, like when the Burger King is out of BK Chicken Fries™ and an unripe banana™ simply won't do, Cinnabon is a jetsetter's best friend. Read more...
1. The Jesus And Mary Chain, “Just Like Honey” for Honey Nut Cheerios As evidenced by the successful marriage of Modern English’s “I Melt With You” to ads by Burger King, Taco Bell, and other proprietors of cheesy foodstuffs, the ’80s are chock-full of romantic ballads whose lyrics can be applied overly literally to just about any product. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Burger King announced that it would be closing the doors to 89 franchised outlets in Germany. The closures are a result of a poor hygiene scandal. The closures are effective immediately. Germany has 700 outlets. With the closures more than 3,000 employees face unemployment and uncertain futures. Show More Summary
Canada has given itself the green light to decide on the Burger King/Tim Horton’s merger. The Wall St. Journal is reporting that the first major hurdle had been cleared recently. The Canadian Competition Committee, Canada’s anti-trust...Show More Summary
I found this at a Burger King in Minnesota in 2013. First I thought I’d captured ONE mistake. I could hardly believe it when I found the SECOND. Merry Christma’s! (Thanks, Heidi Armstrong!)