Burger King witnessed what was claimed as the largest protest by low-wage workers in the history of United States on Wednesday, April 15. But despite the approximated number of 60,000 workers coming together for the “Fight for $15” campaign,...Show More Summary
Tens of thousands of workers and activists staged protests at fast food outlets across the country on April 15, Tax Day, to demand increases in the minimum wage -- or at least changes at the corporate level. It's probably a safe betShow More Summary
At least she's resourceful. What's your favorite burger side? French fries? Onion rings? Meth? According to 13 WMAZ, those were the options at a Burger King in Georgia. Courtney Suzanne Morgalo — an employee of the store — was recently arrested for selling methamphetamine out of the restaurant while working the drive-thru window. Show More Summary
The co-founder a company with over $5 billion in assets would like a little bit of empathy. The co-founder of Burger King, David Edgerton, has officially gone on the record about today's worldwide wage protests. The 87-year-old entrepreneur,...Show More Summary
“I see a lot of $10 hamburgers arriving on the scene,” David Edgerton says
I was 17 years old when I met the woman who would become my wife. I was young, but knew how incredible she was, and that I would do whatever it took to have her in my life. She hated me at first. She was my manager at Burger King and was not shy about putting me in my place. Show More Summary
An irritable employee of a Louisiana Burger King is now a former employee, dismissed after she suffered a whopper of a meltdown.
The customer, who was recording the incident on her cell phone which, Live Leak reports happened April 7, asked the employee some four times if she could speak with a manager. Finally the customer asked for a refund to which the employee responded, "Baby, you're about to get it. Just wait. You're gonna get your sh-t."
Osso BuKko (Fancy BK Fire-Grilled Ribs) by Erik of Fancy Fast Food (with some support from Lana Price) Let’s face it: as authentic as Burger King claimed their limited-time-only “Fire-Grilled Ribs” to be, they didn’t exactly look pretty. Show More Summary
While dealing with customer complaints is never a fun experience for anyone in the service industry, lashing out isn’t going to help things, especially now that anyone with a smartphone can be a filmmaker. A Burger King franchisee in Louisiana says its fired a worker who was caught on tape cursing at a customer who’d asked for a refund. Apparently … [More]
A Burger King milkshake complaint in Lake Charles, Louisiana nearly turned into a beating, prompting a viral video in the process. a A customer at a Lake Charles Burger King was very unhappy with the quality of her milkshake, so she took it back to the counter and requested a refund. Show More Summary
Burger King is paying the expenses and providing gifts for the wedding of an Illinois couple with an interesting connection to the fast food restaurant chain. ||| BURGER King is paying the expenses and providing gifts for the wedding of an Illinois couple with an interesting connection to the fast food restaurant chain. Show More Summary
Last year when Burger King rolled out its limited edition Proud Whopper many people raised their eyebrows in alarm. The concept behind the brightly wrapped burgers was a simple one: despite being clad in rainbow wrappers, the burgers were indistinguishable...
News: Burger King will pay for the wedding of Joel Burger and Ashley King.
As per custom, The Burger King will also be entitled to Mr. Burger and Ms. King's firstborn male.
Joel Burger and Ashley King will soon be married, and it will be a Burger-King wedding in more ways than one. Dave Bakke at the Illinois State Journal-Register helped make it happen. The company is paying the expenses and providing gifts for the July 17 wedding of Joel and Ashley in Jacksonville, aka the Burger-King nuptials… [...]
Joel Burger and Ashley King have been together since they were in the fifth grade, and it seemed fated that they were meant to be. When they got engaged, laughter and joy spread throughout the land, because love is real and pure, and also because Burger King somehow contacted them via Skype and offered to […]
The fast food chain Burger King is paying for the wedding of an Illinois couple named Joel Burger and Ashley King, they were told to their amazement Monday. The couple has been known as Burger-King since they were in the fifth grade together, in New Berlin near Springfield. Show More Summary
Burger King will pay for the upcoming nuptials of central Illinois couple Joel Burger and Ashley King.