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Is Burger King’s Buying Tim Horton’s An American Tax Dodge?

Burger King may have found the way to have it their way catch up with McDonald’s lower its tax rate. Miami-based Burger King has announced it will acquire Canadian doughnuts and coffee staple Tim Horton’s for $11.4 billion, USA Today reports. Show More Summary

How Proud Is the Proud Whopper?

The new slogan “Be your way” was part of a Burger King Proud Whopper project. Is it actually what the company believes, or is this corporate lip service? read more

Update: Another Reason To Like The Burger King Deal

By Orange Peel Investments: In our previous article about the Burger King (NYSE:BKW)/Tim Hortons (NYSE:THI) deal, we laid out our reasoning to get behind the deal and why we thought it was a good move on both companies parts. One ofShow More Summary

Sept. 1: Burger King, child welfare and Eva Moskowitz

Yorktown Heights, N.Y.: Burger King wants to move their headquarters to Canada to escape the high U.S. taxes that have been created by the Obama administration, to help pay for the unpopular Obamacare, also known as the Unaffordable Care Act.

Why Burger King Is A Roll-Up, NOT A Tax Inversion Deal

By William Cowie: Canada's National Post gives us this summary of the pertinent numbers pertaining to the proposed Burger King (NYSE:BKW) merger with Canadian-based Tim Hortons (NYSE:THI). (own highlights added) The math is startlingly simple (and surprisingly overlooked): Mr. Show More Summary

Burger King Wants To Opt Out Of the U.S. Corporate Tax Regime. Good.

Burger King has agreed to purchase Tim Hortons, a Canadian food service chain, and has re-ignited the debate over "tax inversions." If Burger King...

Burger King Insists It’s Not Setting Up Shop In Canada

If you were ridiculously worried that Burger King was packing up and taking its fast food empire to Canada, then you can breathe a sigh of relief. In case you haven’t heard, Burger King and Canadian donut peddler Tim Hortons are joining forces. Show More Summary

DAVID HARSANYI: The Left’s Ridiculous Burger King Freakout. I like the promises of a boycott from …

DAVID HARSANYI: The Left’s Ridiculous Burger King Freakout. I like the promises of a boycott from people who probably haven’t eaten at Burger King since they were 11.

The Burger King - Tim Hortons Deal Isn't Just About Dodging Taxes

Burger King has confirmed it will buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons for around $11 billion. The move has proved controversial, however, with Burger King confirming its intention to establish the new company's headquarters in Canada. Critics have...

‘Left, Right & Center’: Ukraine, ISIS, Burger King and Drones

2 days agoNews : Truthdig

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right and Center” panelists looks at Russia’s continuous push into Ukraine, a possible price for passivity with ISIS, the tax logic or corporate betrayal of Burger King’s expatriation to Canada, and the coming of the Google drones.

SORTA LIKE WARREN BUFFETT AND BURGER KING: ObamaCare contract muddles Dem message on tax dodgers. …

SORTA LIKE WARREN BUFFETT AND BURGER KING: ObamaCare contract muddles Dem message on tax dodgers. The Obama administration is employing an ObamaCare contractor that was once based in the tax haven of Bermuda, even as it assails corporations for lacking the “economic patriotism” to pay taxes. Accenture was awarded a contract in January that’s now [...]

The Left’s Ridiculous Burger King Freakout

Burger King plans to merge with Canuck coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons and base the company’s headquarters in Canada, where it will enjoy the kind of reasonable corporate tax structure that

Senate hopeful defends role in Irish firm's merger

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Years before Burger King sized up a Canadian headquarters in a hunt for lower taxes, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike McFadden's investment firm was involved in a merger that moved an American pharmaceutical company to Ireland and significantly dropped its tax rate.

David Harsanyi Reacts to the Left's Reaction to Burger King

3 days agoNews : Reason

Burger King plans to merge with Canuck coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons and base he company's headquarters in Canada, where it will enjoy the kind of reasonable corporate tax structure that Democrats continue to obstruct here in the United States. Show More Summary

Tim Hortons Inc. (USA) (THI), Burger King Worldwide Inc (BKW) Agree To Merge: 3G Capital Will Own Over 50% of New Company

In a newly amended filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, 3G Capital, managed by Jorge Paulo Lemann, disclosed that it entered into a voting agreement related to the merger  between Tim Hortons Inc. (USA) (NYSE:THI) and Burger King Worldwide Inc (NYSE:BKW). According to the filing, 3G Capital holds 243.86 million shares of Burger King […]

Burger King's Tax Evasion, Uber's Dirty Tricks, Knee Defender Hijinks: Nick Gillespie on HuffPost Live

3 days agoNews : Reason

I was just on HuffPostLive with Alyona Minkovski of HuffPost, Alex Pareene of First Look Media, and Lauren Lyster of Yahoo. We had a rollicking conversation about issues of the day, ranging from Burger King's tax inversion to Reason's millennials issue to President Obama's awful press conference yesterday. Take a look by clicking above or by going to the HuffPostLive site.

Burger King-Tim Hortons Cross-Border Merger Much More Than Tax Inversion

The merger with Tim Hortons provides Burger King with everything from incremental revenues to expansion scope, from tax savings to better menu resources. Even though it might not be enough to outpace the industry leaders, it might put them in a better position to shrink the gap. Show More Summary

Liberals Claim Burger King-Tim Hortons Merger 'Disastrous' for Rainforests

After days of attacking Burger King for supposedly attempting to skip out on U.S taxes by moving its headquarters to Canada and merging with Canadian restaurant chain Tim Hortons, the liberal left are now claiming that the merger will be "disastrous" for rainforests. Show More Summary

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